EPISODE #11 | 9:30 AM, Monday, June 22, 2020
COVID-19: A (dangerous) disease of isolation
Guest: Larry Gourdine, chief engagement officer, The Opioid Collaborative

Join Larry Gourdine, chief engagement officer of The Opioid Collaborative, popular WJNI radio host Terry Base, and Garcia Williams, executive director of The Medi, for a #COVID19 conversation about resources that are critical to support those in addiction recovery during this pandemic.

Larry discusses how addiction is a disease of isolation, which can be particularly problematic during a pandemic that isolates people from one another. Connecting to care and care transitions are critical to breaking the cycle of addiction treatment and relapse.

Larry, an advocate for the addiction population and a graduate of The Citadel, also serves on the board of The Medi, which is in partnership with PIW Partners In Care Network to mobilize and support the Peer Recovery Coaches community in the Washington, DC metropolitan area.

Tune in every Monday morning to WJNI 106.3 FM or listen online at for a new, local conversation about COVID-19 and how it's affecting under-served populations, with information and experts that can't be found anywhere else. Past episodes of MEDI MONDAYS: The Coronavirus Edition can also be found at

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Helpful resources and info on how COVID-19 is affecting underserved populations


Our COVID-19 database of coronavirus resources local to YOU is constantly updated! Click here to put in your ZIP code. On the next page that comes up, type COVID19 in the upper left search bar, and you'll see everything from home prescription delivery in your area to where to get tested for free to a Facebook page for COVID-19 healthcare professionals.




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