From 2013-2014, 3 percent of Hoosier teens reported they needed treatment for alcohol or illegal drugs, and didn't receive it.
Advocacy groups in northwestern Indiana plan to train family and friends of drug addicts how to use the overdose antidote naloxone.
A new national report finds the number of babies born addicted to drugs has risen sharply, especially in rural areas.
Indianapolis' mayor is proposing a slate of criminal-justice changes aimed at steering mentally ill and drug-addicted suspects into treatment instead of jail.
The on-campus health facility is now offering the opioid overdose intervention drug naloxone to students.
In 2014, Indiana passed a law creating both a task force and a pilot program that would study the prevalence of neonatal drug exposure in Indiana.
According to a new report, students in recovery at a recovery school are less likely to relapse than teens in other substance abuse programs.
CARA hit a snag this week when democrats pushed for an extra $920 million in funding to pay for additional treatment for addicts. That request was unsuccessful.
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The state says some of the money will be used to upgrade its drug monitoring program.