Law enforcement seizures of pills containing fentanyl increased dramatically between 2018-2021
Lamont proposes committee to handle CT’s opioid settlement funds
HHS Secretary Becerra Announces New Overdose Prevention Strategy
Connecticut Health Center Increases Community Access to Safe Drug Disposal with Deterra
CT Marks Overdose Awareness Day with Calls to Remember and Act
Last year more than 1,300 people died of an accidental drug overdose in Connecticut.
Half of adults with ADHD have had a substance use disorder
Alcohol use disorder is most common among adults aged 20-39 with ADHD, followed by cannabis use disorder and other drug use disorders. More than one quarter of those with ADHD had major depression.