"The issue of feeling like 'This is my problem alone, for which I am responsible, and for which I am to blame and perhaps not worthy of people's attention or best efforts', that sense of going it alone and being at fault needs our best efforts to counter."
- Dr. Michael Bierer, Asst. Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, Physician at MGH, Professor at HarvardX "The Opioid Crisis in America"
We've worked with a lot of people in this field. Here are links to some of the ones whose work we admire.
Children who witness an overdose can experience trauma that can last a lifetime. In response, Lowell, MA has launched "Project C.A.R.E." a first-of-its-kind program set up to address the mental health needs of the children caught in the opioid epidemic. Marian Ryan, Middlesex District Attorney, and Dan Nakamoto, Exec. Dir. of the Mental Health Association of Greater Lowell join us to talk about their groundbreaking project.
Food writer David Leite, founder of the James Beard Award-winning website "Leite’s Culinaria", joins us to talk about his new book "Notes on a Banana" - a candid, courageous, funny story of family, food, mental illness, and sexual identity.
We cherry pick the memoirs, self-help books, academic tomes and everything in between to bring you the best books on addiction and mental health.
We've interviewed hundreds of specialists and people in recovery from across the country to create over 50 hours (and counting) of award-winning podcasts on addiction, recovery, and mental health.
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