Addiction Recovery Weekly Roundup

1. A Man Started A Knitting Group To Help People Like Himself Recover From Drug Addiction

A man started a knitting group to help people like himself recover from drug addiction. (cnn.com)

2. Cannabis As A Treatment For Opioid Addiction 

Hurd concludes their research, which is estimated to last through 2022 and will be covering large-scale human tests that will give us more insight on how cannabis CBD affects human heroin addiction. (candidchronicle.com)

3. Addicts In Rehab Next To Get Covid-19 Vaccine, Cuomo Says

The agency runs 12 treatment centers across the state, with five located in or around New York City, and also certifies and monitors “hundreds” of private facilities, according to its website. (nypost.com)

4. Recovery Soldiers Ministries Offers Addicts New Life 

There is freedom from addiction. These are the words that Pastor Joshua Scalf lives by and has come to embody since he encountered God in a jail cell and devoted his life to curing addicts in the same way that he himself was saved. (wataugademocrat.com)

5. COVID-19 Wreaked Havoc With Their Lives. Now, Musicians Battle Another Epidemic

Nashville singer-songwriter Justin Townes Earle, 38, died in August of a “probable drug overdose,” according to local police. (latimes.com)

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