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  • Opioid Abuse: The Crisis that Caught Us by Surprise
    Posted in: Featured, Policy Corner, Social Policy

    According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse over 90 Americans per day die following an opioid overdose [1]. With the combination of emergency response personnel, lost productivity, medical services, and addiction treatment, opioid addiction costs the United States $78.5 billion each year this problem persists and worsens [1]. Why is it that as a […]

  • Racial Lines
    Posted in: Policy Corner, Vendettas of the Week

    From 2000 to 2013, heroin overdose deaths quadrupled in America, rising to 8,260. Part of the reason for this dramatic increase is the accessibility of Opioids, drugs such as Vicodin and OxyContin, through prescriptions which is seen as the gateway to heroin use which is cheaper. The rise of the use and abuse of heroin has […]

  • Protecting Our Patriots
    Posted in: Policy Corner

    [captionpix imgsrc=”https://pvnn.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/july4pic.png” captiontext=”Photo courtesy of wordpress.com”] In the midst of family gatherings, outdoor barbeques, and spectacular fireworks, Americans everywhere celebrate the Fourth of July – the day the United States won the Revolutionary War, gained their freedom from the British Empire, and ultimately became a new emerging republic. But, throughout the decades, especially in the […]

  • Protecting Our Patriots
    Posted in: Policy Corner

    [captionpix imgsrc=”https://pvnn.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/july4pic.png” captiontext=”Photo courtesy of wordpress.com”] In the midst of family gatherings, outdoor barbeques, and spectacular fireworks, Americans everywhere celebrate the Fourth of July – the day the United States won the Revolutionary War, gained their freedom from the British Empire, and ultimately became a new emerging republic. But, throughout the decades, especially in the […]

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