Hanley Foundation’s 2020 Recovery Month Video Series, which features videos throughout September from experts in various fields, local politicians, parents of loss and success stories from those in recovery.
Videos will touch on the following topics:
During this video, State Attorney Aronberg shares a message on the status of drug use in Palm Beach County.
The National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers’ Nikki Soda shares a message on the purpose of National Recovery Month and how COVID-19 has increased the need for recovery support.
Marchman Act and Family Law Attorney Joe Considine of Joe Considine, P.A. weighs in on involuntary commitment to treatment and Florida’s Marchman Act.
Daniel Schneider of Netflix’s ‘The Pharmacist’ talks with Hanley Foundation about the support and resources needed to tackle substance use disorders.
Parent advocate Maureen Kielian shares with us her thoughts on mental health parity and improving overdose prevention and treatment in healthcare systems.
Ian Stone of Palm Beach County’s Community Recovery HUB talks with Hanley Foundation about supporting people in substance use disorder recovery.
Florida Senator for District 31 Lori Berman shares a message with Hanley Foundation on opioid use in Palm Beach County and the effects of COVID-19 on mental health and substance use.
Hanley Foundation Board Member John Makris and his wife Michelle share a message on the need for life-saving prevention programming.
Palm Beach County’s Chief Assistant State Attorney Alan Johnson shares a message with Hanley on opioid reduction efforts in Palm Beach County.
Jeffrey Lynne, attorney at Beighley, Myrick, Udell & Lynne, P.A., shares his take on why healthy recovery communities are essential.
Hanley Foundation’s Chief Development Officer, Turner Benoit, discusses the gap in treatment aftercare for those with substance use disorders.
John Hulick of Palm Beach County’s Office of Behavioral Health and Substance Use Disorders weighs in on creating a system of care for long-term recovery.
Matt Mossburg of Give America Hope talks about his own recovery journey and why community is so important for recovery.
Marsha Martino of NAMI Palm Beach County weighs in on co-occurrence of mental illness and substance use disorders.
Kimberly Comer with NAMI Florida and the Recovery Advocacy Project talks to us about removing the financial silos from recovery.
Marsha Martino of NAMI Palm Beach County talks with Hanley Foundation about the importance of supporting loved ones in recovery.
Meet Hanley Foundation’s Director of Public Policy Joshua Horton. As a person in long-term recovery, Joshua shares his own story about the power of recovery.
Ginny LaRue of Florida Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association shares how recovery has given her a fulfilling life beyond her wildest dreams.
Hanley Foundation’s Director of Education Barbara Shafer shares her story about being a parent of loss and seeking to reduce the stigma around substance use disorders.
Hanley Foundation’s Director of Public Policy Joshua Horton talks about the mission of Hanley Foundation’s Recovery Leadership Institute.
Ginny LaRue of Florida Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association shares a message on the recovery movement in Florida.
Steven Farnsworth of Florida Association of Recovery Residences talks with Hanley Foundation about the need for respite facilities in Palm Beach County.
Ginny LaRue of Florida Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association talks about the valuable first steps in recovery.
For the last day of our #RecoveryIsNow Recovery Month video campaign, we are asking you to make a difference and join the recovery advocacy movement today. Learn more about Hanley Foundation’s Recovery Leadership Institute.