You might think drug addicts only live in Camden – certainly not in Cherry Hill, Marlton or Moorestown. But you’re wrong. Dead wrong. By Jayne Jacova Feld Gregg Wolfe didn’t know his 21-year-old son Justin was using heroin until the morning he died from an overdose in Wolfe’s Voorhees home. Like many young […]
Check out this article from CinnaminsonPatch.com. It explains the New Jersey government-launched campaign spreading awareness for addiction in the Garden State, and why they feel the need to advertise to their residents. If you see these around your area, send out a tweet to @GovChristie (Governer Christie), and help spread awareness.
The 2014 Fed Up! Coalition Platform We are in the midst of the worst drug addiction epidemic in United States history. The epidemic of addiction and overdose deaths caused by narcotic painkillers and heroin (the class of drugs known as opioids) is our nation’s most urgent public health problem. Overprescribing of opioids for common conditions is […]
The Substance Abuse Event in Memory of Justin Wolfe’s Birthday was a huge success. The event which was held on June 11th, 2014 raised $6,075 for Easy Does It, Inc., a non-profit charitable organization dedicated to improving the quality of life of individuals and families recovering from the effects of addiction, thus contributing to the […]
Please join us for an informational session about drug awareness and prevention on Thursday June 5th at 6:30 PM, Bellmawr Municipal Building, 21 E. Browning Road, Bellmawr.
Please click on the button below for access to the full official transcript of a Congressional Hearing on: “Does HIPAA Help Or Hinder Patient Care And Public Safety?” where Gregg Wolfe, and others, testified before the subcommittee.
Drug abuse has always existed on college campuses. But as prescription drugs become harder to obtain, more dangerous substances, like heroin, are on the rise. HuffPost Live goes on campus to speak with students about the drug culture at college.
Click here for more information on this panel discussion.