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Maureen Cavanagh’s gripping memoir is the story of a mother who suddenly finds herself on the frontlines of the opioid epidemic as her daughter battles―and ultimately reckons with―substance use disorder. Fast-paced and heartwarming, devastating [...]
Dr. Paul Hokemeyer, a member of the Above the Noise Foundation's advisory board, was interviewed recently by Dufflyn Lammers, Director of European Services for Connections in Recovery, as part of the International Conferences on [...]
Nearly every American knows someone who has been affected by the opioid epidemic, or has been directly affected themselves. Addiction is a trans-partisan issue that impacts individuals from every walk of life, and it [...]
Recently, Rozlyn Carvin and Joe Carvin were honored at SPRYE's 6th Annual Benefit. An article in the Rye Record explains, "Not only did they receive State proclamations from Assemblyman Steve Otis and State Senator George [...]
Tom Coderre, senior advisor to Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo and Above the Noise advisory board member, was recently hired to lead the opioid response. Tom’s main responsibilities, as stated by Raimondo’s office, is [...]
Maureen is a mother who knows what the effects of having a child in addiction can do to the family. Since her daughter’s recovery, she has founded the group, Magnolia New Beginnings, that helps [...]