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Matt Gonzales is an award-winning content writer. He has covered the latest drug trends, analyzed complex medical reports and shared compelling stories of people in recovery from addiction. Matt leverages his experiences in addiction research to provide hope to individuals grappling with substance use or mental health disorders.

After achieving a degree in journalism, Matt began his career as a professional writer in 2011. He has written for various online platforms, including Yahoo! Inc., and served as the head writer of a weekly journal and quarterly magazine. His articles have garnered thousands of views and social media shares.

While writing about addiction, Matt has interviewed physicians, politicians, nonprofit leaders and other experts in the field of addiction. In 2018, Matt won a Digital Health Award for a feature story about the laws and misconceptions associated with medical and recreational marijuana.

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