Janie Gullickson on Oregon Live Regarding Taproom Closure

Janie Gullickson, Executive Director of MHAAO, spoke to Oregon Live about the sudden and unexpected closure of the Lagunitas Community Room just 6 days before MHAAO’s first fundraiser, The Mad Hatter Tea Party. The fundraiser has been postponed until the first two weeks of January to allow MHAAO enough time to secure a venue for the event.

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Kaity McCraw
What is Naloxone

It is very possible that you too will encounter someone in need of Naloxone. Are you prepared to save a life? Read this article to learn more about what you can do to equip yourself!

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Kaity McCraw
Project Nurture

MHAAO’s very own Kasey Edwards, Specialized Doula and Recovery Mentor, discusses her work for Providence Project Nurture. This program engages women in prenatal care and drug treatment during and after their pregnancy.

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Kaity McCraw
Alcohol Awareness Month 2019

April is Alcohol Awareness Month, a national grassroots movement designed to create awareness and education for the public about the dangers of alcohol, as well as what alcohol use disorder is, its causes and effects, and effective treatment for it. It also aims to help reduce the stigma and provide information about recovery.

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Different Types of Therapy

Sometimes it can feel overwhelming to choose a type of therapy from what seems like an exhaustive list of options. We have listed the most common types of therapy so that you can be better informed in finding a therapist to suit your individual circumstances.

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Olivia Pennelle
What is Kratom?

In several countries, it has been used for centuries for medicinal and recreational purposes. Some people use kratom to assist the withdrawal symptoms and cravings caused by opioids.

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Olivia Pennelle