1. Sinead O’Connor entering one-year ‘trauma and addiction treatment program’ – Sky News

In her first post, the star said: “Message for folks who have tickets for next year’s shows: those shows are being postponed until 2022 so that I may go into a one-year trauma and addiction treatment program because I had a very traumatic six years and this year was the end of it.  (news.sky.com)

2. “Rotary 4 Recovery” Event Seeks to Break the Stigma of Addiction – TAPinto.net

While last year’s event started indoors at Carlslake Community Center and ended with a candlelight walk around the City, this year’s event will be completely outside because of COVID-19. (tapinto.net)

3. People with addiction more likely to get COVID-19 die – Detroit Free Press

People with a substance use disorder made up 10.3% of those studied in the NIH-funded project but accounted for 15.6% of the COVID-19 cases, according to the study. (freep.com)

4. Franklin County Voters Approve Funds For Mental Health And Addiction Treatment – WOSU

Officials estimate that the increased tax would generate about $81 million in revenue. Erika Clark Jones of ADAMH says a big-ticket item that both the organization and the city of Columbus are putting money towards is a new crisis center.  (radio.wosu.org)

5. Beyond Parody: Drug Addiction, Mental Health, and Poverty Are NOT Going to go Away – RiverBender.com

We evade situations that make us uncomfortable, kind of like everyone in 2020 when speaking about racial diversity and equality. For those older readers who are not hip with the language, retail therapy is usually buying things to make yourself feel better. (riverbender.com)

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