Words Matter: The Language of Behavioral Health

Words DO matter. As behavioral health and substance use continue to increase and go unsupported in many populations, it’s more important than ever to think about the words that are used and the stigma they can carry.

‘It’s a Wonderful Life’: Building Connections to Address Substance Misuse

  I recently came across this broadcast on New Hampshire’s WMUR about a young woman whose life would have taken a much different path if it was not for a Naloxone kit, a state-distributed package containing a drug to block the effects of opioids. The woman had overdosed, but her friends used the Naloxone kit … Continue reading “‘It’s a Wonderful Life’: Building Connections to Address Substance Misuse”