I get very leery when I see Newt Gingrich and Patrick Kennedy sitting on a stage agreeing on issues. This morning I watched an interview where they both were discussing the importance of opiate reform in the United States, on Fox News. A few years
I'm beginning this blog in an attempt to assist and address policy makers, those in recovery, and the general public at large about the epidemic that is going on in this country within our criminal justice system. I am going to be working on a
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As many have already reported, the East Liverpool Police Department posted an image (along with their “objective” commentary) of a couple experiencing drug poisoning, reportedly due to heroin use. This likely comes as no surprise to many in Ohio, or any other
Lately, many individuals within the public recovery advocacy space have begun discussing what are deemed alternative pathways to recovery. Famed recovery historian and researcher William White has chronicled the variety of pathways to recovery, and recently in a joint-paper with Dr. John Kelly, discusses the
Asking any behavioral health professional, perhaps any professional in any field, and you will find quickly that one of the largest obstacles that they strive to overcome is silos. These can be silos of care, silos of information sharing, or silos of silence causing duplicated
Cheri Garcia is a trailblazer, which those invested in the lives and value of human connection need to know. Over the last 5 years, Cheri has overcome stacked odds to become one of the highly successful entrepreneurs out of Dallas, Texas. From playing a vital