By Brian Whitney 10/18/16. Repost from The Fix.com. “We have to address how discrimination prevents people from getting care. We have to support evidence-based approaches to treatment.” Kennedy is one of the nations leading advocates in changing the way people talk about mental illness and addiction. via Facebook Patrick Kennedy is a pretty brave guy.Read More
By Brian Whitney 10/21/16. Repost from The Fix.com. From Eminem to Andre 3000, the real rebels in rap music could be said to be those who not only don’t rap about the culture of getting wasted, but who are also clean and sober in their real lives. Some choose to be drug-free, others are inRead More
By Rebecca Wolfe MEd 10/13/16. Repost from The Fix. We use a team approach designed strategically and tactically to assist the neediest people. As a result, we are able to provide a quick, compassionate and effective response to this crisis. Arlington PD participates in Arlington Youth Health & Safety Coalition’s Community Opioid Forum. Photo viaRead More
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