1. Newburyport Resident Plunges Into Bitterly Cold The Atlantic Ocean Daily To Fight The Addiction Epidemic
“It’s cleansing in more ways than one, and this whole thing has really helped with my grieving process,” said Connor Mulholland. (bostonglobe.com)
2. Figures Show A Growing Number Of Rehab Centers Turning To Addiction Treatment Marketing Specialists
Figures Show a Growing Number of Rehab Centers Turning to Addiction Treatment Marketing Specialists (finance.yahoo.com)
3. Gambling Addiction Can Be A Silent Struggle For Asian Americans, With Few Culturally Sensitive Solutions
Resources such as culturally appropriate treatment programs, bilingual or bicultural clinicians can be hard to find. (nbcnews.com)
4. Opioid Crisis: How To Prevent Addiction Before It’s Too Late
On Monday evening, abc27’s Alicia Richards gives a look at how Pennsylvanians can prevent addiction in the first place. (abc27.com)
5. “Under Our Roof:” Congresswoman Dean And Son Harry On Addiction And Recovery
PA Congresswoman Madeleine Dean and son Harry Cunnane talk about Harry’s battle with addiction and his path to recovery, a story they share in their book, “Under Our Roof.” (whyy.org)
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