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You’re Not Alone: A Letter to Veterans Who’ve Dealt With PTSD, Depression or Addiction

Renee DeveneyEvents

Dear veteran, You’re our neighbor, friend or family member. You’ve done immeasurable good for our country and community...
November 10th 2017
Renee Deveney
Events

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Drugs in Halloween Candy? The Truth About Tampered Trick-or-Treating.

Renee DeveneyEvents

If you’re anything like my parents, you’ll sift through your kids’ bag of loot Halloween night, examining each piece for potential tampering.
October 31st 2017
Renee Deveney
Events

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The Overlooked Victims: Find Out Who Else Is Overdosing on Fentanyl

Cynthia ReynaEvents, Health and Medical

Dogs are beloved family members and loyal companions to many. To agents of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), they’re even more.
August 9th 2017
Cynthia Reyna
Events, Health and Medical

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Carfentanil Found in Fake OxyContin Pills in Cuyahoga County

Cynthia ReynaEvents

As if the opioid epidemic isn’t grave enough in Ohio, now there’s an added threat: carfentanil illegally manufactured to resemble OxyContin® painkiller tablets.
August 3rd 2017
Cynthia Reyna
Events

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Former Golfer David Feherty’s Son Dies of Drug Overdose

Cynthia ReynaEvents, Substance Abuse

No parent should ever have to bury their child, but sadly, that’s what former pro golfer David Feherty will be doing next week.
August 3rd 2017
Cynthia Reyna
Events, Substance Abuse

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What Chester Bennington’s Death Can Teach Us About Suicide Risk

Megan HullAddiction, Events, Public Figures

By now, most people have heard the news. Chester Bennington, the frontman for Linkin Park, took his life on Thursday, July 20.
August 1st 2017
Megan Hull
Addiction, Events, Public Figures

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How to Protect Your Child From the Opioid Crisis

Cynthia ReynaEvents

Opioid overdose rates have increased throughout the country since the late 1990s, claiming more than 33,000 lives in 2015. Sadly, children have not been exempt from the crisis
July 28th 2017
Cynthia Reyna
Events

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4 Ways to Celebrate Independence Day the Sober Way

Megan HullEvents

For many, the Fourth of July is a joyous occasion filled with friends, family and fireworks. But for those in recovery, the holiday can cause a great deal of anxiety and frustration.
July 4th 2017
Megan Hull
Events

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Life After Pulse Orlando: Healing a City Touched by Tragedy

Life After Pulse Orlando: Healing a City Touched by Tragedy

The Recovery VillageEvents

Sunday, June 12, 2016 was a day Orlando — and the rest of the country — will never forget. In the early morning hours, a ... Read more
June 12th 2017
The Recovery Village
Events

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Orlando Opioid Workshop Inspires Action

Megan HullEvents, Health and Medical, Substance Abuse

On March 2, 2017, the air hung heavy between the high walls of the Orange County Board of Commissioners chambers. Policymakers, community leaders, treatment providers, law enforcement officials and concerned citizens settled in to discuss one of Florida’s most urgent crises – opioid addiction.
May 8th 2017
Megan Hull
Events, Health and Medical, Substance Abuse