Photo credit: Kate Meyer for I Am Not Anonymous, 2016.
Thanks for being here.
If you have landed by accident, welcome.
You are not alone.
Who I Am:
Simply put: I am a writer, and I solve problems.
People, groups, and organizations pay me to write and solve problems.
I couple highly technical and soft skills to achieve these ends.
I have been in recovery from problematic substance use (drug addiction) since April 13, 2013. I place a primacy on advocating for secular, science-based treatment for substance use disorder (addiction) and mental health. I have developed an expertise in the landscape of recovery, and understanding and explaining treatment modalities.
I also advocate for sane, functional drug policy, including decriminalization; universal healthcare; an end to mass incarceration through criminal justice reform; prison reform; and rights and opportunities for the incarcerated.
Safe use, harm reduction, and destigmatization of use and recovery matter much to me.
I am a private person, but I share my story and use my experience, education, and all resources available to me as a springboard for my action.
I am a safe person to reach out to.
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