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Joe Schrank, addiction expect and founder of High Sobriety, spoke at the Pennsylvania Pain Society’s annual meeting at the Hershey Lodge Saturday.

HERSHEY, Pa. (WHTM) – One speaker is proposing an alternative solution to the nation’s opioid epidemic: marijuana.

Joe Schrank, addiction expect and founder of High Sobriety, spoke at the Pennsylvania Pain Society’s annual meeting at the Hershey Lodge Saturday.

He believes medical marijuana could be the answer to the country’s addiction and overdoes crisis.



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Joe Schrank is the Program Director for High Sobriety. High Sobriety is a harm reduction program that helps individuals move from using potentially lethal substances to stabilization with cannabis. Joe is a strong advocate for recovery and believes in multiple pathways and solutions to the ongoing epidemic.


 

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