• Lonnie Granier

Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) releases policy priorities for Year 1 of Biden-Harris

This week, the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) released its statement of drug policy priorities for the first year of the Biden-Harris Administration. These priorities will save lives and address the multifaceted challenges presented by the opioid and stimulant epidemics. ONDCP’s policy priorities are to:

  • Expand access to evidence-based treatment;

  • Advance racial equity issues in the approach to drug policy;

  • Enhance evidence-based harm reduction efforts;

  • Support evidence-based prevention efforts to reduce youth substance use;

  • Reduce the supply of illicit substances;

  • Advance recovery-ready workplaces & expanding the addiction workforce;

  • Expand access to recovery support services

Read more about ONDCP’s Statement of Drug Policy Priorities for Year One.

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