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Fighting the War Against Opioid Addiction with Narcan

PHILADELPHIA, PA (WTXF) – As the country continues to grapple with the opioid epidemic, many view overdose reversal medication as an essential tool to fight back. Some counselors, like Rick Tull of Philadelphia’s Office of Behavioral Health, believe making these drugs more accessible deserves consideration. “With all the people who passed, including the three people […]

City Launches Task Force to Curb Opioid Crisis

By Max Marin Jose Benitez was a quiet, understated presence in the conference room. Public health officials kept mentioning him by name, or at least his employer’s name. Prevention Point, the multi-service nonprofit for drugs addicts that Benitez directs in Philadelphia’s Kensington neighborhood, has been on the frontlines of the drug war for years. The […]

Philadelphia Enlists Doctors to Expand Opioid addiction treatment

by Don Sapatkin, Staff Writer @DonSapatkin With treatment for opioid addiction in distressingly short supply even as need increases year after year, Philadelphia’s behavioral health agency invited physicians and other medical providers to a half-day teach-in Tuesday titled the Buprenorphine Summit. The topic turned out to be enticing enough – and the problem big enough […]

Mental Health Reform Rally Draws Hundreds in Philadelphia

“This is not a Democrat or Republican disease,” Boston Mayor Marty Walsh said. “This disease doesn’t care what side you’re on.” By Morgan Zalot Hundreds of people who gathered in a hot meeting room at a downtown Philadelphia Quaker meetinghouse on Tuesday afternoon came because they had one thing in common: Whether personally or through […]

Philadelphia Unveils New, Proactive Outreach Program for Homeless

On Monday morning, a man named James stood at 12th and Market streets in front of the city’s Hard Rock Cafe, quietly humming along with “Rapper’s Delight” as it played through the restaurant’s sound system. James, dressed in a torn, stained polo shirt and dirty jeans, had been out here all morning when members of […]

Peer Support Toolkit Released, to Guide Future Expansion

DBHIDS’ Peer Culture and Community inclusion Unit (PCCIU) is pleased to release The Peer Support Toolkit. The target audiences for this toolkit are administrators, directors, and supervisors of treatment organizations who have recently hired (or plan to hire) peers into new support roles with the agency. Others, including peer support staff, will also find this toolkit […]

Communities Nationwide Explore Solutions for Heroin Epidemic

By Stephanie Warsmith Beacon Journal staff writer  As Pooja Bhalla made her way to her job at a Boston nonprofit, she often saw men and Women high on drugs falling down in the middle of the street, walking into traffic or slumped in an alleyway. She and others at the Boston Health Care for the […]

Fentanyl Overdose Deaths Skyrocket 636 Percent Over 2 Years in Philly, City Officials Say Prevention Is Key to Saving Lives

A disturbing 636 percent increase in overdoses from the medical-grade opioid fentanyl in Philadelphia has city health officials warning medical professionals and the public about the increased pervasiveness of the dangerously strong drug. City health officials said Friday that 184 people died last year as a result of a fentanyl overdose, whether by using the […]

DBHIDS Selected to Host Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders

Tierra Pritchett is pleased to announce that DBHIDS has been selected to host Abigail Kudzanayi Nedziwe, a fellow from Zambia participating in the Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders, in August and September 2016. The Mandela Washington Fellowship, the flagship program of President Obama’s Young African Leaders initiative (YALI), empowers young African leaders through […]

Commissioner Evans Named Philadelphia ‘Power Person’

Commissioner Arthur C. Evans, Ph.D., has been named the winner of the 2016 Philly Happenings List in the Power Person category. The award is sponsored by Philly Happenings, Philadelphia’s premier digital magazine. The Happenings List is the city’s People’s Choice competition, voted on by the people of Philadelphia, and features all of the best Philly […]