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#SAFETogether: Building a Community of Resilience and Compassion
Join us as we highlight the amazing ways that the SAFE Project Nation is working together to assist all of us struggling through Covid-19.
COVID19: How to Stay Vigilant
Here are the top 10 things that we recommend that you join our SAFE Team in doing as we build resilience and stay vigilant.
Announcing Virtual Collegiate All-Recovery Meetings!
To support students in recovery during COVID-19, SAFE Campuses Collegiate Recovery Leadership Academy students will be leading virtual Collegiate All-Recovery meetings three times per week.
We Must Do Better – A Note from the Executive Director about Black History Month
We all know that addiction does not discriminate -- but neither should prevention, treatment or recovery.
Be SAFE Campaign: Progress Report
Be SAFE educates the public with information about RX painkillers.
Recovery Housing Q & A with Jeremy Savin
Read the first in a series of interviews on national recovery housing to help educate and provide awareness about both the challenges and triumphs.
Bridging Prevention and Recovery
This week, the SAFE Project team unveiled an innovative new training program for communities at SAMHSA’s Annual Prevention Day in conjunction with CADCA's 30th National Leadership Forum.
2019 Milestones and Plans for the New Year
As the year comes to an end and we look ahead to 2020, the SAFE team took a moment to highlight our biggest accomplishments of the year and our hopes for 2020.
SAFE Communities Works with St. Louis to Improve Addiction Epidemic Response
Stakeholders in St. Louis have come together to make significant gains in improving the city’s response to the ongoing addiction epidemic.
Local Communities Must be Heard as Congress Considers Legislation to Renew Substance Use Disorder Grant Programs
It is critical for Congress to receive input from the local governments and community groups who are leaders in their States fighting on all fronts of this epidemic.
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