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NASHVILLE – Tennessee’s nearly half-decade long effort, dedicated to limiting easy access to prescription pain medications and similar opioid-based narcotics, has been successful. Since 2012 the state has seen a steady decline in the use and abuse of these substances commonly prescribed by family physicians. 2015 drug seizure data from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) shows a significant drop in law enforcement confiscations of prescription opioids, ie: pain pills.
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- Middle Tennessee Mental Health Institute Earns Gold Seal of Approval®
- Western Mental Health Institute Earns Gold Seal of Approval®
- Tennessee’s Statewide Council on Homelessness Reconvenes
- More Tennessee Teenagers, Young Adults Saying No To Prescription Drugs
- Recovery Courts in Tennessee Leading to Lifetime Transformations