New Hampshire's Multi-Million Settlement with Johnson & Johnson
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New Hampshire’s Multi-Million Settlement with Johnson & Johnson

In the storm of litigation from states to the big drug companies, another victory has been won for the states. This time New Hampshire is getting a piece of the pie, that being a $40.5 million settlement with Johnson & Johnson. What’s of note in this announcement, which came on September 1st of this year, is that this settlement was reached three days before the case was taken to trial. Read More

Mobilize Recovery
Living in Recovery Resources for Recovery

Mobilize Recovery

It can be tempting to let yourself become held down by bad news. The numbers for overdose deaths from opioids are rising at an alarming rate. While we have to come to terms with reality, we don’t have to succumb to despair or hopelessness. Addiction is a terrifying reality, but there’s a comforting reality: that there’s hope for recovery. Read More

Three Poems for August
Mental Health Poetry

Three Poems for August

Life has been busy, but I’ve decided to share three short poems for the month of August. They’re short and simple, I want to try and express my day-to-day life and show ordinary events in down-to-earth and accessible ways. I’m not sure if this style is what most people would define as poetry or poetic, but it’s how I’m expressing myself for now. Please offer feedback if you have any. Read More

Bruce's Law
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Bruce’s Law

The use of the synthetic opioid, fentanyl, has grown into a national health crisis across the country. The dangers have gotten to a point that some experts on calling the large spike of use as the third wave of the opioid epidemic. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), deaths due to fentanyl have increased 55% from 2020 to 2021. Read More

Wisconsin Awarded $400 Million in Opioid Settlements
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Wisconsin Awarded $400 Million in Opioid Settlements

Announced earlier this afternoon, Wisconsin was awarded $400 million from two class action lawsuit settlements related to the opioid crisis. The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) wrote in a statement that “Wisconsin will receive over $400 million from separate settlements with three opioid distributors (Cardinal, McKesson, and AmerisourceBergen) and Johnson & Johnson. Read More