A new SAMHSA report on the Synar Amendment program—a Federal and state partnership aimed at ending illegal tobacco sales to minors—shows that all the states and the District of Columbia have continued to meet their goals of curtailing sales of tobacco to underage youth (those under 18).
SAMHSA Announces More Than $4 Million in New Grants for Health Information Technology Service for Communities
This program aims to leverage technology that will enhance and/or expand the capacity of substance abuse treatment providers to serve people who traditionally have been underserved.
SAMHSA Awards 7 New Grants Totaling up to $11 Million Over the Next 3 Years Under the Services Grant Program for Residential Treatment for Pregnant and Postpartum Women
The program expands availability of comprehensive, residential substance abuse treatment, prevention, and recovery support services for pregnant and postpartum women and their minor children.
Men of substance (abuse): how tech moguls drug their way through the day From Steve Jobs through Elon Musk to Google's Sergey Brin, a pattern emerges linking top executives to illicit drug use, often starting with consumption of small doses to enhance creativity in the workplace and eventually leading to secretive drug parties, with senior Tesla and SpaceX managers reporting feeling pressured by owner Musk to join these parties, fearing for their professional futures if they refuse Tzippy Shmilovitz, New York|02.24.24 | 13:00
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