The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration will host a March 28 webinar for health care professionals on “Overcoming Stigma, Ending Discrimination,” the first in a four-part webinar series on the importance of using approaches that are free of discriminatory attitudes and behaviors in treating individuals with substance use disorders and related conditions. For more on the series and to register for the 2 p.m. ET webinars, produced in partnership with Massachusetts General Hospital’s Recovery Research Institute, click here. For additional information and resources to help address stigma associated with addiction, visit www.aha.org/combatingstigma.

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