Planning and establishment of the City of Indianapolis’ Mobile Crisis Assistance Team (M-CAT), an integrated first responder model to divert persons with mental illness or evidence of substance use into treatment rather than into the criminal justice system

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Indiana’s Smoking Rate Continues to Worsen, Despite Improvements Nationally

Alex Cohen is the Director of Learning and Evaluation for the Richard M. Fairbanks Foundation. According to recently released data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Indiana’s already high smoking rate has gotten worse, in contrast to declines in most other states. That is bad news for Hoosiers and our state’s economy. Smoking […]

Make 2017 the Year to Tackle Opioid Addiction

Indiana ranks among the worst states nationally when it comes to opioid use disorder – with drug overdoses in 2014 claiming more than 1,100 lives and costing the state $1.4 billion. But this year, we also may be one of the best positioned places to tackle the opioid epidemic by addressing its root causes and […]