Policy

The Fletcher Group Is Fully Aligned With Official U.S. Policy

The Fletcher Group is in full alignment with the Office of National Drug Control Policy which can be read and downloaded below. The desired strategic outcome, described on page 4 of the report immediately below, reads as follows:

“Building a stronger, healthier, drug-free society today and in the years to come by drastically reducing the number of Americans losing their lives to drug addiction in today’s crisis, and preparing now to dominate the drug environment of the future. This will be done by preventing initiates to drug use, providing treatment services leading to long-term recovery for those suffering from addiction, and aggressively reducing the availability of illicit drugs in America’s communities.”

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Change in Suboxone policy could save lives by reducing opioid use and increasing retention in treatment.

As reported by the National Academy of Medicine.

Suboxone Policy

The most recent report by the Office of National Drug Control Policy can be read and downloaded here.

Released by the Office of National Drug Control Policy in February of 2020.

2020 Report

The nation’s official 2019 Drug Control Strategy can be read and downloaded here.

Drug Control Strategy of the United States—read and download it here.

Released by the Office of National Drug Control Policy in May of 2019.

Drug Policy

Could the DEA have stopped the opioid epidemic by cutting off the supply?

By Sari Horwitz and Scott Higham of the Washington Post

What If?

Alcohol-related deaths continue to rise in the United States.

By the National Institutes of Health (NIH)

Alcohol Deaths

Why ‘Deaths of Despair’ May Be A Warning Sign for America

By Jason Bellini of the Wall Street Journal

Deaths Of Despair