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88. Transition and Recovery During COVID and Beyond: Betsy Anderson of Serenity Grove

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88. Transition and Recovery During COVID and Beyond: Betsy Anderson of Serenity Grove

April 29, 2021

88. Transition and Recovery During COVID and Beyond: Betsy Anderson of Serenity Grove

On the latest episode of Prognosis Ohio, Dan turns over the interview mic to the show’s Spring 2021 college intern, Ohio University student Claire McGee, who talks with Betsy Anderson, Executive Director of Serenity Grove, a not-for-profit level II transitional recovery home in Athens, Ohio. Under the direction of Women for Recovery, Serenity Grove provides a safe, transitional environment in which women struggling with addiction can develop skills for independent, sober living. In their conversation, Claire and Betsy address the stigma surrounding substance use disorders, gender inclusivity, and how addiction and recovery have changed during the pandemic.

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