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Public Health

In addition to my clinical work, I'm the co-founder of Families for Sensible Drug Policy (FSDP), a non-profit organization representing a global coalition of families, former and current drug users, professionals, organizations and drug policy reform advocates who view substance use as human rights and public health issues.

FSDP brings diverse communities together to embrace enlightened drug policy--empowering families, restoring health, and saving lives.

Examples of some of the work that FSDP does can be seen here and here.

I've written some articles about my public health work and here are some examples:

REMOVING BARRIERS FROM EFFECTIVE OVERDOSE PREVENTION

NINE COMMON QUESTIONS ABOUT A DRUG THAT SAVES LIVES

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