Addiction Recovery Weekly Roundup

1. Medford Podiatrist Pleads Guilty; Possession Of Controlled Substances By Fraud 

Today, Medford Podiatrist Patrick T. Code pleaded guilty to possession of controlled substances by fraud. (ktvl.com)

2. Wolf Administration To Launch Drug Addiction Campaign

 The campaign is ultimately aimed at helping Pennsylvania continue the fight against the opioid epidemic. (abc27.com)

3. What’s Up South Texas!: Cafe Serves As Recovery Center For Those Battling Drug, Alcohol Addiction 

“It is a recovery center helping families recover from their addictions,” Lopez said  (ksat.com)

4. Coronavirus Pandemic Drives Hike In Opioid Deaths 

In the first three months of this year, emergency workers in Brattleboro, the county seat, responded to 10 overdose calls, none of them fatal.  (nytimes.com)  

5. Rep. Hudson Hosts Concord Addiction And COVID Impact Discussion 

Representative Richard Hudson held a roundtable discussion with White House Office of National Drug Control Policy Director Jim Carroll and leaders in the community in Concord Monday to address the state of drug addiction in Cabarrus County and the impact of COVID-19.  (independenttribune.com)

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