White house launches program to create recovery-friendly workplaces
The White House Office of National Drug Control Policy has launched a new program called Recovery-Ready Workplace. An estimated 20 million Americans are recovering from drug addiction. The new program would help them obtain and maintain a job.
We speak with reporter Lev Facher of STAT, the health and medicine publication.
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