Chief Program Officer of Foundry Ministries, Brandon Lackey, recently shared with Art Wimberly how The Foundry is working to improve the lives of those with substance use disorders and how The Foundry has adapted to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Brandon and Art also discussed Brandon’s work as an Alabama Association of Christian Recovery Ministries board member, and the advocacy work he has done with the Alabama Department of Public Health and Alabama legislators to add Kratom and Tianeptine to the list of controlled substances.
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