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Ginni Correa

Ginni Correa is a Latinx writer and activist living in Orlando,FL. She earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Central Florida and double majored in Psychology and Spanish with a minor in Latin American Studies. After graduation, Ginni worked as an educator in public schools and an art therapist in a behavioral health hospital where she found a passion working with at-risk populations and advocating for social justice and equality. She is also experienced in translating and interpreting with an emphasis in language justice and creating multilingual spaces.

Ginni’s mission is to build awareness and promote resources that can help people transform their lives. She believes in the importance of ending stigma surrounding mental health and substance abuse while creating more accessible treatment in communities. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, crafting, and attending music festivals.

Posts by Ginni Correa

How to Identify OxyContin

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OxyContin is a highly addictive prescription opioid. It is important to be able to identify OxyContin and make sure you are taking it as prescribed.

How to Join a Class Action

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If there is an existing class action lawsuit about an issue that has affected you, there are things you should know before you join.

Coronavirus Should Not Hinder Your Recovery From Addiction

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Coronavirus is serious, but if you struggle with addiction, overdose or alcohol poisoning are more likely to be lethal, and you should still go to rehab.

Advertising Illicit Marijuana on Social Media  

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The advertising and selling of illicit Marijuana is moving from the dark web to social media apps like Instagram and Snapchat.

AIDS Awareness and Substance Abuse

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December is AIDS Awareness Month. Tragically, substance abuse and HIV/AIDS are closely related, but integrated treatment for both is available.