Once again, Learn to Cope founder Joanne Peterson is my guest. I wanted to talk with her about the current status of Attorney General Maura Healey’s litigation against Oxycontin pushers Purdue Pharma that’s been in the papers recently. Enlightening to say the least.
The voters of the commonwealth have spoken and the majority of us would like the adult population to be able to use cannabis recreationally (again) without going to jail.
I frequently get email inquiries from publishers wanting to know if I’d like to interview a person about their new book and so many times I’ve seen topics that have caught my attention and wished I could speak with the author.
Hi! It’s Julie. This is Podcast #3. Longtime local harm reduction advocate Gary Langis (soft “g” in Langis) is my guest. He talks about what harm reduction is, how far we’ve come in protecting those who are marginalized in society and how far we have yet to go. (Hint: we still have a long way…
Hi, Julie Devereaux here. For this podcast, I talk with Alexis Pleus (she says it’s “Ploose…like loose!”) ☺. Alexis lost her son to an overdose and has subsequently formed an organization called Truth Pharm. Though this opioid epidemic is tragic and ugly, the beauty is in people like Alexis who I believe are leading us…
A conversation with Learn to Cope founder Joanne Peterson. Learn to Cope is a peer-run support system for parents and loved ones looking for information, resources and ways to support themselves and their loved who are ones experiencing addiction.