Substance Abuse

UW Clinic Grant
The Albany County Community Health Clinic, a program in the UW College of Health Sciences, received the grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration for AIMS -or Access Increases in Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services – funding.
Cheyenne VA Cuts Ribbon on New Mental Health Facility
The Cheyenne VA Medical Center cut the ribbon on its new Residential Rehabilitation Treatment Facility Friday afternoon. "This $7 million state-of-the-art facility will be unique to the Cheyenne community and enable us to better care for veterans that need focused support in a residential community setting designed to bridge the gap between outpatient care services and long-term psychiatric i
Mental Health and Substance Abuse Summit To Be Held At UW
When it comes to the University of Wyoming and its students there are many issues that come to mind when it comes to their welfare. Students leave home sometimes for the first time to experience the excitement and new opportunities that college has to offer. Unfortunately for some students the stresses that come along with college can be overbearing and may lead to substance abuse. An even greater
States Are Showing Strong Opposition To Synthetic Marijuana
The legalization, use and distribution of Marijuana have always been hot topics across the Nation. The plant, which is natural, has psychoactive elements that the Federal Government deemed unsafe for use and consumption. Now states are facing the issue of synthetic marijuana and its effects and whether the substance should be made illegal.