Shatterproof Q&A: The Importance of Non-Opioid Options to Manage Pain After Surgery
January 2021

Shatterproof Q&A: The Importance of Non-Opioid Options to Manage Pain After Surgery

Shatterproof Founder, Chairman and CEO, Gary Mendell, and Vice President of State Policy, Courtney Hunter, recently partnered with Choices Matter to discuss the role non-opioid options can play in helping to prevent opioid addiction before it starts.

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Adapting to a Pandemic – A Gateway to Community Partnership
December 2020

Adapting to a Pandemic – A Gateway to Community Partnership

At CADCA, we strive to ensure that our substance use and misuse prevention coalitions, and the communities they serve, have the tools, resources and support they need to build and maintain safe, healthy and drug-free communities.

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Choices Matter Launches First Social Media Channel with New Facebook Page
December 2020

Choices Matter Launches First Social Media Channel with New Facebook Page

As Choices Matter continues to create engaging platforms that educate both patients and physicians about non-opioid options for managing pain after surgery, we are proud to announce that we are now on Facebook!

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Choices Matter Recognizes National Family Caregivers Month
November 2020

Choices Matter Recognizes National Family Caregivers Month

At some point in our lives, we will all likely act as a caregiver in one way or another. Providing care for loved ones is often fulfilling; however, taking on this role can also bring on stress and challenges.

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Breast Surgeon Provides Opioid-Free Recovery to Cancer Patients
October 2020

Breast Surgeon Provides Opioid-Free Recovery to Cancer Patients

October marks National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a campaign dedicated to promoting awareness and useful information about the disease.

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GATEWAY Documentary to Screen at Garden State Film Festival
March 2020

GATEWAY Documentary to Screen at Garden State Film Festival

GATEWAY, an award-winning film that presents the stories of three families inadvertently impacted by opioid addiction that began with a prescription to manage pain after surgery.

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