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They Don’t Know What They Don’t Know: An Argument for Community Education
It is impossible to overstate the negative impact that substance abuse has on individuals, families, and society. Addiction is arguably the greatest public health threat that we face in the US. When training on substance use disorders (SUDs), I describe it as a unique and complex issue in that it is like an octopus that has its tentacles wrapped up in every societal problem.
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