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Addiction support-group leader: ‘Families are often left behind’
Joanne Peterson, Founder and Executive Director of addiction support group, “Learn to Cope,” says that families are often left without any support when dealing with loved ones struggling with addiction. Peterson says she started “Learn to Cope” to help support, welcome, and educate families who need help dealing with this crisis.
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