Addiction Recovery Weekly Roundup – June 3 Week

1. Ex-alcoholic Who Nearly Died Fears Lockdown Is Making People Turn To Drink

 A Burton woman who beat her addiction to alcohol and now helps others turn their lives around fears the pandemic could trigger a rise in people turning to drink. (derbytelegraph.co.uk)

2. How To Cope With Mental Health Concerns Related To Covid-19

The global COVID-19 pandemic has impacted each of us in ways we never imagined only a few short months ago. (psychologytoday.com)

3. Kate Middleton: Those Suffering From Addiction Must Be Vocal, Reach Out

The present times have been difficult for all of us. And many celebrities have come forth to speak about it. Recently Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge made a video call to a rehab center, Clouds House. (indianexpress.com )

4. New Federal Funding For Narcotics Harm Reduction And Recovery Program Expected

Federal funding for a new harm reduction and recovery program in Peterborough will be announced on Tuesday by Women and Gender Equality Minister Maryam Monsef. (thepeterboroughexaminer.com)

5. Temple Researchers To Study Promising Cocaine Addiction Treatment

A pair of researchers at Temple University will lead a study to investigate the effects of a novel therapy that could serve as an effective treatment for cocaine use disorder. (phillyvoice.com)

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