Felony Reentry, Employment, Recovery - Margo Walsh

Doin' The Work

In this episode, I talk with Margo Walsh, who is the Founder and CEO of MaineWorks and the Chair and Co-Founder of the Maine Recovery Fund, both in Portland, Maine. We talk about mental health and recovery, and Margo shares her story of how she got into this work. In this episode, I talk with Margo Walsh, who is the Founder and CEO of MaineWorks and the Chair and Co-Founder of the Maine Recovery Fund, both in Portland, Maine. Episode 19. Guest: Margo Walsh.

Impact of Hepatitis on Recovery

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Objectives ~ Learn about hepatitis and its prevalence ~ Identify the consequences of hepatitis ~ Explore the impact of hepatitis on mental health and effective interventions Objectives ~ Learn about hepatitis and its prevalence ~ Identify the consequences of hepatitis ~ Explore the impact of hepatitis on mental health and effective interventions

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Unique Issues of Children in Foster Care

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