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Increasing overdose deaths lead to high organ transplant rates in central Ohio

01-23   Increasing overdose deaths lead to high organ transplant rates in central Ohio

The United States is in the midst of a drug overdose crisis with both prescription as well as illicit opioids serving as the major driving factor behind all fatal cases. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), five states with the highest rate of drug overdose death in 2016 were West Virginia […]


Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy arrested on drug trafficking charges

01-18   Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy arrested on drug trafficking charges

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agents on Jan. 16, 2018, arrested a 50-year-old Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy and three other individuals for allegedly turning a blind eye to drug trafficking activities in lieu of cash payments of $250,000. According to media reports, Deputy Kenneth Collins of Chino and his three accomplices were arrested in […]


New marijuana products and edibles leading to unexpected highs

05-23   New marijuana products and edibles leading to unexpected highs

Gone are the days when one used to get high with a spliff, people, these days, are experiencing unexpected highs even by consuming newly launched marijuana products and edibles, says a recent study conducted by the RTI International in Colorado. These products started flooding the market soon after recreational marijuana became legal. In Colorado, adult […]


Join us for our CADC certification open house

02-08   Join us for our CADC certification open house

Sovereign Institute will soon be offering certification classes to become a Certified Alcohol Drug Counselor (CADC) through the California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals (CCAPP, formerly CAADAC). Sovereign is proud to help the next generation of addiction counselors reach their professional goals. Career benefits The highly rewarding work of drug and alcohol counseling helps […]


How drug decriminalization helped Portugal

09-18   How drug decriminalization helped Portugal

In 1999, Portugal was in the midst of a drug crisis. Nearly 1 percent of the population was addicted to heroin. Drug-related AIDS deaths were far from uncommon — in fact, Portugal had the highest rates of drug-related AIDS deaths in the entire European Union. In 2001, Portugal did not increase drug-related penalties, develop a […]


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