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belted_kingfisher_m-crTruth Pharm President, Alexis Pleus, will be speaking weekly for The Kingfisher Project, which is featured on WJFF 90.5FM Radio Catskill's "Making Waves" program.
The Kingfisher Project
is a community information and radio project based at public radio station, WJFF, Jeffersonville, NY, 90.5 fm.
The project was established in 2014 to honor the life of a young woman, Rebecca Pisall, 20, who was shot and killed on June 20, 2014, due to her addiction to heroin.




fixlogo"The Stigma Is Real: Why I Scroll By Viral Overdose Videos" by Alexis Pleus. Featured on The Fix. "In my dream for the future, no one will grab a phone to video the scene of an overdose and use it to humiliate or "inform" others, they will help save them instead." You can read the feature on The Fix here




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This Family Advocacy Needs Assessment survey was created by Truth Pharm and Magnolia New Beginnings, Inc. and is based on feedback we have received to date via our own advocacy work. The purpose is to help us determine the most important items for Family Advocacy for the National Agenda of Facing Addiction for 2016. As people have provided valuable input and critiquing of the form, we have added options and made some modifications. We very much appreciate the input. Please click here to access the form

Consider CRAFT or some other form of a loving support with boundaries. Tough love isn't always the answer. ...

When you have a child struggling with drugs or alcohol, you get a lot of advice like give him “tough love” and let her “hit rock bottom.” The thinking is that the only way your loved one will change is after a massive pileup of negative consequences. But that’s not true. There is an alternate approach to consider called CRAFT (Community Reinforcement and Family Training). WATCH the video below to learn more and for more help, please visit ow.ly/SYQT302oZp4.

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