Teenagers are particularly susceptible to media messages about alcohol, tobacco and drugs. A Rutgers professor helps them fight back.
A new group graduates from the university’s Recovery Housing Program as Gov. Christie seeks to replicate model statewide.
Rutgers experts have created a toolkit to help communities across New Jersey and combat opioid drug abuse, a growing national health crisis.
Rutgers has begun offering free training to help New Jersey police departments deal with addiction.
‘Be The one,’ developed by Rutgers researchers and the NJ Prevention Network, captures images and collects data to offer an insider’s view
The Summer School of Addiction Studies has been educating addiction and behavioral health professionals for nearly 75 years.
After losing a friend to a drug overdose, Frank Greenagel chose a career in social work.
Rutgers researchers say drug addicts might become trapped in binging behavior because of negative emotions that they don't know how to handle.
Public health officials say the belief that Molly – a slang term for molecule – is safe is not true.