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Wednesday, April 6 • 1:45pm - 3:00pm
Designing for Addiction Prevention and Recovery

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This panel is comprised of parents who’ve lost their children to addiction, a parent whose son is in recovery, and individuals themselves in long-term recovery.  We will hear directly from them about their struggles, the impact on individuals and families dealing with addiction, as well as their opinions on where the system could benefit from solutions.  The addiction issue is complex and would benefit from solutions in many areas.  We invite you to join us to hear first hand.

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Mary Beth Schoening

Co-Founder, Behavioral Health Innovators, Inc
Mary Beth Schoening is co-founder of Behavioral Health Innovators, Inc. an organization combining the power of human compassion with technology, advanced research and best practices from industry to solve some the biggest problems in behavioral health.  As a digital health strategist, she has developed tools and strategies to engage both patients and clinicians working with providers, medical device companies, pharma, biotech, HIT and global... Read More →

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Stephanie Briody

Co-Founder, Behavioral Health Innovators
Stephanie Jordan Briody recently co-founded Behavioral Health Innovators, Inc., a non-profit corporation that creates innovative, high impact solutions for individuals and their loved ones who suffer from behavioral health disorders. She entered this arena when her world was shaken to its very core by the death grip her son’s addiction had on him and their entire family. With no idea where to turn for help and very little understanding... Read More →
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John Cabral

John Cabral’s son Eric died 12 days after his mandated return to Rhode Island from a Florida drug-treatment program; he had violated his probation by leaving the state without permission. In Florida, Eric was progressing in his treatment and was supposed to move into one of The Watershed's "sober living" houses — 1,400 miles from the familiar temptations back home. Eric’s father John wants to share his son's story in hopes... Read More →
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Louise Griffin

President, Zack's Team Foundation
Louise Griffin is a proud “Lowellian” and the President of Zack’s Team Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to reducing the stigma and shame associated with drug use disorder through education, information and compassionate support. Zack’s Team primary focus is to enable families who lack financial means to send their loved ones to treatment for alcoholism and addiction. | | Zack’s Team was launched the... Read More →
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Cory Gys

Cory is a 28 year old resident of Portland, Maine but was born and raised in Lowell, Massachusetts. Cory entered recovery in 2013, when he was 25 years old after suffering from substance use disorder for most of his teen age years and the loss of his cousin, Zachary, to the same disorder. | | In an effort to bring a face and a voice to recovery – Cory has immersed himself wholeheartedly in helping individuals and families affected by... Read More →
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Lauren Stahl

After graduating from college in 2009, Lauren began working in finance. There, she found herself on a destructive spiral. Alcohol, drugs and an eating disorder kept her in a disconnected state and unable to live with purpose or gratitude. In September 2012, she got the help she needed. She got sober and awakened in her life. The light within her was ignited, and she realized the importance of community and support. Now, it is part of her... Read More →

Wednesday April 6, 2016 1:45pm - 3:00pm
Commonwealth C In the breakout-room hallway

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