Walk a Mile in Their Shoes

According to The Free Dictionary, the phrase “to walk a mile in my shoes” is “to consider or understand another person’s perspectives, experiences, or motivations before making a judgment about them.” As a drug and alcohol counselor, Travis Hall can certainly put his patients at ease as he explains that he has indeed been where they’ve been. Hall works as a drug and alcohol counselor … Continue reading Walk a Mile in Their Shoes

The Opioid Crisis in Georgia

According to a 2018 poll conducted by the American Psychiatry Association, nearly one out of three Americans knows someone addicted to opioids. The CDC reports that 130 Americans die of opioid overdoses every day. The opioid crisis has cost the United States over $1 trillion dollars since 2001, and that burden is projected to continue increasing yearly. It’s clear that the opioid epidemic is majorly … Continue reading The Opioid Crisis in Georgia