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Aging Out of Foster Care
Amy Sandelman Harris Jun 9, 2023 Foster Care
Aging out of foster care at 18 leaves young adults vulnerable. The Rise N Hope House will provide life skills and gives hope.
Living in Rural Mississippi is Like Living in a Third-World Country
Amy Sandelman Harris Apr 6, 2023 Activism, Advocacy, Family, Philanthrpy, poverty
It is ironic that the US is the richest nation in the world while also having the highest poverty rates.
A True Inspiration
Amy Sandelman Harris Mar 27, 2023 Activism, Advocacy, Charity, Mental Health, Mental Health Awareness, Mental Health Awareness, Philanthrpy
Octavia Bradley is a true inspiration because she suffered a a traumatic childhood and became an advocate and philanthropist for at risk youth.
Babies in Foster Care
Amy Sandelman Harris Mar 23, 2023 Activism, addiction, Adoption, Advocacy, Child Advocate, Uncategorized
Advocating for babies in foster care is both rewarding and challenging.
My Son Died From a Fentanyl Overdose, Don’t Let it Happen To You
Amy Sandelman Harris Mar 8, 2023 Activism, addiction, Addiction Recovery, Advocacy, Family, fentanyl, fentanyl overdoses, Health and Wellness, heroin, Mental Health, Mental Health, Mental Health, Mental Health Awareness, Mental Health Awareness, opioid crisis, opioids, Parenting, recovery, recovery from addition
It’s been a long six months since my son died from a fentanyl overdose. And while writing about is challenging, I continue to advocate about
Adverse Childhood Experiences Are the Leading Cause of Health and Social Problems in our Nation
Amy Sandelman Harris Feb 20, 2023 Activism, Advocacy, Mental Health, Mental Health Awareness
Adverse Childhood Experiences are the leading cause of health and social issues in our nation
Addiction Recovery Accessible to All
Amy Sandelman Harris Nov 20, 2022 Activism, addiction, Addiction Recovery, Advocacy
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
Our Government Needs to Focus On Fentanyl Overdoses
Amy Sandelman Harris Nov 15, 2022 Activism, addiction, Addiction Recovery, fentanyl, fentanyl overdoses, Health and Wellness, Uncategorized
With 858,000 overdoses from Fentanyl in 2022 it’s time our government focused on this crisis
Fentanyl Overdoses Are Killing People By the Thousands
Amy Sandelman Harris Nov 4, 2022 addiction, Addiction Recovery, fentanyl, fentanyl overdoses, Health and Wellness, Mental Health, Mental Health, Mental Health Awareness, opioid crisis, recovery from addition, Uncategorized
Fentanyl overdoses are killing thousands of people and we need to provide the appropriate resources to stop this from happening.
Why Roe V Wade Is Such a Big Deal and Why You Need to Vote
Amy Sandelman Harris Nov 2, 2022 abortion, pro-choice, pro-life, Uncategorized
Roe V Wade is Such a Big Deal because the legislation making abortions legal nationally was passed in 1973 – 49 years ago. Now the
In Loving Memory of My Son Jack
Amy Sandelman Harris Oct 24, 2022 Activism, addiction, Addiction Recovery, Advocacy, heroin, opioids, Philanthrpy, recovery
In Loving Memory of Jack details how my son struggled with opioid recovery for 7 years before he over dosed.
Parents Are Having a Healthcare Crisis
Amy Sandelman Harris Jun 6, 2022 abortion, addiction, Addiction Recovery, Family, fentanyl, Health and Wellness, Mental Health, Parenting
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
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