Learn about S. 2839, a bi-partisan proposal that addresses the growing epidemic of drug abuse across the country.
Two California ballot measures are circulating that bar state or local aid in enforcing federal prohibitions, and limit the ability of employers and local governments to restrict use or sale of marijuana. Here are some facts you can share with family, friends and colleagues about the impact of legalizing this substance in California.
As public officials were debating important issues like parity for drug and alcohol treatment services and implementation of the Affordable Care Act, leaders of NCADD Affiliates, including Barbara Thompson, were walking the halls of the House and Senate providing important information to elected officials.
The Affordable Care Act requires states to implement a new system of healthcare delivery, expanding coverage for the underinsured and uninsured, and dramatically increasing the State’s Medi-Cal program. Governor Brown recently announced that more guidelines are needed from the federal government to get the job done.