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New Clinical Initiatives Agreement with Phoenix House

Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation Brings Treatment Model to the Field to Help Others Address the Opioid Epidemic

Survey Finds Risky Opioid Use Among College-Age Youth With Limited Knowledge of the Danger of Where to Get Help

Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation to Sponsor 5th "Recovery 2.0" Global Online Event

Innovative Addiction Course for Medical Students Launched

Hazelden Betty Ford Launches Advocacy Initiative

Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation and Vet to Vet's Moe Armstrong Launch New Online Support Opportunity for U.S. Military Members and Veterans

Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, Cerner Collaborate to Advance Behavioral Health Care

New York College Students Fail to Grasp Dangers of Marijuana, Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation Survey Reveals

A new year creates more options for alcohol and other drug treatment at the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation in Oregon

Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation to sponsor Recovery 2.0: A Global Online Event

Dr. Henry R. Kranzler earns the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation's Dan Anderson Research Award

Betty Ford Center to Open Outpatient Clinic in West Los Angeles

Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation to host The Anonymous People

Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation finds supportive partner in ADP for human capital management upgrade to benefit 1,500 employees

New Data Suggest Bullying Remains High

National Survey by the Center for Public Advocacy at the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation Shows Chronic Pain is Creating an Epidemic of Addiction

Betty Ford Center to Host Free Public Screening of The Anonymous People

 

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