The Addictionary Podcast

#146 We Are Stronger Than Addiction with Mary Cannon, Director of Development for Shatterproof

September 18, 2019

#146 We Are Stronger Than Addiction with Mary Cannon, Director of Development for Shatterproof. Maegan and Mary discuss Shatterproof's efforts to end the devastation that the disease of addiction causes individuals and their families, plus the latest news about the Shatterproof Rise Up Against Addiction 5k races taking place across the country. You'll find all the information you need here to team up with Shatterproof and join the movement to have your voice heard! Visit to learn more about Shatterproof's efforts.

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