Reporting on Addiction

Few people can access evidence-based addiction treatment, even more so for historically excluded people and people who live in rural parts of our country. These barriers are the direct result of the intersections of stigma associated with addiction, incarceration, minority status, economics and gender. However, journalists can push back against that stigma and discrimination by changing the way they report on the topic. Here are some ways to do that. Learn more at

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    Reporting on Addiction

    A collaborative movement to improve how the media Reports on Addiction Reporting on Addiction is a set of trainings for student journalists, media …

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