Some of the most disturbing recent statistics about overdose deaths in this country are the dramatic increases among Black and Hispanic populations. At the same time, overdoses have steadily decreased in the white population (who still account for the majority of deaths). Underserved communities have less access to treatment – which is insanely expensive. That’sContinue reading “Addiction Recovery Accessible to All”
With 858,000 overdoses from Fentanyl in 2022 it’s time our government focused on this crisis
Fentanyl overdoses are killing thousands of people and we need to provide the appropriate resources to stop this from happening.
Roe V Wade is Such a Big Deal because the legislation making abortions legal nationally was passed in 1973 – 49 years ago. Now the supreme court has overturned that law.
In Loving Memory of Jack details how my son struggled with opioid recovery for 7 years before he over dosed.
Remember the days when your worst fear raising kids was them falling down and skinning a knee? Today parents still fret over innocuous accidents but are much more anxious about the rise of very real threats they have no control over. Threats like mass school shootings, the possible turnover of Roe V Wade, and theContinue reading “Parents Are Having a Healthcare Crisis”