We have found ourselves in the throes of an epidemic, the likes of which we have not seen in modern times. While overdose deaths rage on, we continue to respond with a system of care so broken, with resources so painfully thin, for folks with a severity of problems so complex - we are tossing folks into a chasm that is fundamentally designed to make them fail - and when they do fail - what do we do? We cage them. We take their children away. We rob them of their very humanity. Fortunately, pockets of resistance are forming, and together - we have launched the Recovery Revolution.
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