Feb 16, 2023
Host Gail Ferguson Jones talks with Michael Askew, Executive Director of The Center for African American Recovery Development (CAARD), about cultural barriers to accessing treatment and maintaining long-term recovery faced by black Americans.
In this episode, we talk about how African Americans were unjustly targeted by the war on drugs, how lives and families may be destroyed by felony drug arrests, and how families can encourage and support a loved one who needs treatment.
CAARD advocates across the country for increased availability to treatment services in black communities and options to incarceration.
Find further information at: https://www.thecaard.org/
Host Gail Ferguson Jones is a best-selling author, award-winning journalist, podcaster, speaker and certified peer recovery coach. Her Buttrfly Effect program offers peer-to-peer coaching for those who love someone struggling with addiction.
Find further information about the coaching program, to purchase her book or follow her on social media at: https://linktr.ee/GailFergusonJones?utm_source=linktree_profile_share<sid=ac84a256-8ab7-4e55-97a3-051e7e727aa0
You can contact The Buttrfly Effect Certified Peer Recovery Coaching program for a discovery call at email@example.com.
Music for The Buttrfly Effect Podcast, "Inspire Me," is by Mixaund at https://www.mixaundbandcamp.com.