Today, the ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science announces the release of a volume of peer-reviewed papers that contribute new empirical insights on the social and community consequences of the opioid epidemic in the United States. This volume of research aims to stimulate our understanding of the consequences of the opioid epidemic in a variety of societal and community domains—including child welfare, living arrangements, education, food insecurity, housing, and public budgets—that often lay outside the formal conversation focused on the direct effects of opioid use. In it, thirty-one researchers with diverse disciplinary perspectives use a variety of data, measures, and analytic techniques to help us better understand how families and communities experienced the opioid epidemic.
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