I haven't wanted to write in a long time. Probably since 2009. And I mean the kind of soul-deep writing that in order to stop thinking about how much I need to write, I actually sit down to write. So, I'm writing. I cannot tell you how many people have scolded or ridiculed me about … Continue reading Telling: Tattoos, a Map for Remembering
Attn: educators, professionals, clinicians, physicians, caseworkers, community outreach coordinators, and +, please disseminate this voluntary and anonymous survey to students/persons 18-25 years of age who live/work/go to school in Staten Island! This is also open to anyone who is 18-25 years of age (you don't need 3rd party involvement)! TYSA Survey [The survey is being … Continue reading Tackling Youth Substance Abuse Survey
Although yesterday was Overdose Awareness Day, we should always pause, to remember all those lives lost to the relentless disease of addiction. ;
"Voices from Rock Bottom" is a live-stream radio show that is dedicated to sharing recovery stories of alcoholism and addiction with the community. If you have a story or personal experience, or are a family member, loved one, or even if you are a professional working with alcoholics and addicts in recovery, please call or … Continue reading Got a Recovery Story?
This is an original spoken word piece created by Francine M. Bianco-Bacigalupo, which she performed collaboratively with Hemlock Theatre Co.’s recovery series “Down in a Hole” on May 8th, 2018 via Maker Park Radio - NYC . Francine was born in Bucaramanga, Colombia on February 24th, 1988. Eight months later, she was adopted by a … Continue reading “Set Me Free” by Francine M. Bianco-Bacigalupo