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Telegram Worcester

Among them is Jack J. Maroney of Holden, who has worked in addiction services for more than 30 years and is also in long-term recovery. He is the former CEO of Recovery Centers of America at Westminster and founded Spring Hill rehabilitation and recovery in Ashby. He is executive director of Woburn Wellness, an outpatient substance use disorder clinic, and co-author of “The East Side of Addiction,” a book about his experience living with drug addiction on the East Side of Worcester.

Boston's Beautiful Boy: A Father and Son Discuss Opioid Recovery

Vincent and Pierce, father and son, share their triumphant story of opioid recovery.

 

Malden Overcoming Addiction

Woburn Wellness Co-Founder, Pierce Aliberti, sat down with Paul Hammersley of Malden Overcoming Addiction to discuss the numerous treatment options for those suffering with addiction and aftercare plans for when one leaves treatment.

CBS Boston

Massachusetts becomes the first state to sue Purdue Pharma, the maker of the prescription opioid painkiller OxyContin and is the first state to personally name the company’s executives. Vincent Aliberti discusses the personal impact that the opioid epidemic has had on his family.  

Somerville Overcoming Addiction

Pierce Aliberti sat down with JoAnn of Somerville Overcoming Addiction to discuss the current opioid epidemic, his recovery journey, and the various barriers to treatment. 

CBS Boston

WBZ TV, better known as CBS Boston, stopped by Woburn Wellness to discuss celebrity Demi Lovato’s recent overdose after six years of sobriety. Co-founder Pierce Aliberti discusses the stigma around addiction, the struggles that come along with it, and the importance of finding your own journey to recovery. 

HEAT Conference

At the 12th annual H.E.A.T (Heroin Education Awareness Task) Conference, Woburn Wellness Co-Founder, Pierce Aliberti, shared his story of how he found recovery. The HEAT Program has educated over 8,000 people about the opioid epidemic and has helped 3,200 individuals find addiction treatment.

Boston Voyager

The Boston Voyager interviewed Pierce to discuss his recovery journey and how Woburn Wellness came to be. Check out the article here!

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