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Jennifer Kopf


Jennifer Kopf is a Florida-based writer who likes to balance creative writing with helpful and informative pieces. Her passion for helping people has translated into writing about the importance of treatment for substance use and mental health disorders. 

Jennifer wants to teach people what a substance use or mental health disorder is, how to recognize it and how to seek treatment. She believes making people aware of the help that’s available to them is important and wants to inspire people to seek treatment for mental health or substance use disorders. 

When Jennifer’s not writing for work, she’s writing for fun for her own blog, frequenting Disney World with her husband, going to the beach, and being a Pom-mom to her two Pomeranians.

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