The number of people who live in a state that allowed bars and/or restaurants to deliver alcohol rose by 284% and to-go sales climbed by 627%, with heavy drinkers most likely to purchase.
With the retirement of Tom Greenfield from the role of scientific director, we're excited to announce our new directors — together they bring over 25 years of experience to their positions.
After 15 years of dedicated service, Thomas (Tom) K. Greenfield is stepping down as ARG’s scientific director.
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US national study reveals disparities in general and behavioral health care receipt, suggests
telehealth is a vital bridge to care for traditionally underserved groups during the pandemic
Mixed-methods study examines smoke-free policy processes to determine factors and strategies to help facilitate policy adoption at all California campuses.
State-level reports provide a snapshot of the number and location of recovery residences as it relates to population density, alcohol- and drug-involved mortality, and COVID vulnerability.
Results showed Medicaid-insured alcohol and opioid treatment rates increased particularly among Black and Hispanic/Latinx groups.
Race, ethnicity, education and insurance status can determine the quality of alcohol screenings and care
First year found increases of up to 627%, with heavy drinkers most likely to purchase.
New study suggests telehealth is a vital bridge to care for traditionally underserved groups
Mixed-method study looks at policy adoption throughout California.
Assessment of the number and location of recovery residences as it relates to population density,...
It is my pleasure to introduce the incoming Scientific Director William (Bill) C. Kerr who...
With gratitude, we thank Tom for his dedicated service to ARG. Tom will stay on...