Oregon officials want to change the state’s addiction treatment system system to motivate people to get help.
The governor is asking state police to lend their expertise to help Portland and Multnomah County seize drugs and go after fentanyl dealers.
Oregon Recovers, a Portland-based nonprofit, urged state leaders to change – but not eliminate – Measure 110, which decriminalized low-level drug possession.
Polk County residents can receive same-day prescriptions for medication to move off illegal drugs at Ideal Option’s second Salem clinic, opened last month.
Seized pills containing fentanyl (U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration) Adolescent drug counselors and school district officials are warning Salem teens about the increasing prevalence of fentanyl in the local drug supply as seizures of the drug and overdoses have increased over the past year. Salem police say they’re increasingly finding the[Read More…]