Opioid addiction, also known as opioid use disorder (OUD), is a medical condition that can affect anyone. Learn about the signs of opioid addiction and how treatment can help. Recovery is possible.
Substance use disorders, like opioid use disorder (OUD), have significantly impacted communities across America. When we act early, we can prevent the use and misuse of drugs.
Substance use disorders, like opioid use disorder (OUD), have significantly impacted communities across America.
The COVID-19 pandemic introduces new risks and challenges to those impacted by substance use disorder.
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