Bernadette Gleeson in the News
Keene Family YMCA to host event on helping people with addictions
Bernadette Gleeson, an advocate and educator, will give a presentation at the Keene Family YMCA next month about how to help those in the Monadnock Region struggling with addiction...
My Turn: New Hampshire has it wrong on opioids
In today’s battle to figure out the best way to fight the opioid and addiction crisis in New Hampshire and across the country, we are getting it wrong...
N.H. Businesses Step Up to Help Tackle State's Drug Crisis
Bernadette Gleeson trains employees and managers at Badger Balm on how to deal with and address addiction at work.
Where’s the public in the ‘public health crisis’?
I am sorry that you have not heard the truth — that there is something that you, that we should all be doing to help someone initiate and sustain recovery.
Another View - Bernadette Gleeson: What you can do to combat the opioid crisis
When Granite Staters said last year that the opiate crisis was their number one voting issue, it told me that they care. That they want to do something. All they likely need is the what and the how.
BAO Communications kicks off campaign with Lancaster, Littleton and Colebrook, NH
A new organization out of Manchester, developed to teach members of the public how to directly impact someone's opportunity to be alive in recovery today had its ribbon cutting in the North Country.
Youth summit on opioid awareness draws large crowd in Lancaster
Salmon Press, Published May 31, 2017
I wanted to confirm what the kids already know, Gleeeson said. They have the power to be an opportunity for their peers. They can change the game by being the light and keeping their peers in the light.