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The Addiction Exit Team

Every stop sign is not a dead end. An exit

and change of directions is sometimes all you

need to remap your life.

 

 

Read our mission

 

 

Inspiring change, Empowering people, and advancing Knowledge to Improve public health.

 

 

Life is a journey that we must travel no matter how bad the roads or the weather. The EXIT TEAM meets people, organizations, and communities where they’re at and provides a roadmap to stop, think, and act.

 

Our Mission

Meet the Team

 

 

Ritchie Farrell

Dr. Allison Burns, PharmD, RPh

 

Ritchie Farrell

 

Bestselling author, WGA screenwriter, motivational speaker, recovering addict, domestic abuse survivor

 

The Fighter, the Academy Award feature film based on Farrell’s HBO Film, High on Crack Street, was released in 2011 and starred Mark Wahlberg, Christian Bale, and Farrell playing himself.

 

• Huffington Post Contributor

• Covered the Bosnian War as a Journalist

• Du-Pont Columbia Award for Excellence

• Nominated for National Ace Award

 

Dr. Allison Burns, PharmD, RPh

 

Clinical pharmacist, veteran, survivor of domestic violence and sexual abuse, sister of an addict

 

Allison pioneered the first model of addiction medication management and the first traveling pharmacy to remotely dispense Narcan in MA

 

• Doctor of Pharmacy, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy; Bachelor of Science, United States Naval Academy

• President, End Mass Overdose, Inc.

• CEO, Atlas Health Partners Corporation

• Pharmacist Advisor, Massachusetts Department of Public Health-BSAS

• Clinical Instructor of Addiction Medicine, Northeastern University and Massachusetts College of Pharmacy

• Top 40 Under 40, 2016 Boston Business Journal; 2017 Upsher-Smith Excellence in Innovation Award

 

 

 

 

Ritchie Farrell

Dr. Allison Burns, PharmD, RPh

 

Ritchie Farrell

 

Bestselling author, WGA screenwriter, motivational speaker, recovering addict, domestic abuse survivor

 

The Fighter, the Academy Award feature film based on Farrell’s HBO Film, High on Crack Street, was released in 2011 and starred Mark Wahlberg, Christian Bale, and Farrell playing himself.

 

• Huffington Post Contributor

• Covered the Bosnian War as a Journalist

• Du-Pont Columbia Award for Excellence

• Nominated for National Ace Award

 

Dr. Allison Burns, PharmD, RPh

 

Clinical pharmacist, veteran, survivor of domestic violence and sexual abuse, sister of an addict

 

Allison pioneered the first model of addiction medication management and the first traveling pharmacy to remotely dispense Narcan in MA

 

• Doctor of Pharmacy, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy; Bachelor of Science, United States Naval Academy

• President, End Mass Overdose, Inc.

• CEO, Atlas Health Partners Corporation

• Pharmacist Advisor, Massachusetts Department of Public Health-BSAS

• Clinical Instructor of Addiction Medicine, Northeastern University and Massachusetts College of Pharmacy

• Top 40 Under 40, 2016 Boston Business Journal; 2017 Upsher-Smith Excellence in Innovation Award

 

 

 

 

The Team

Begin the journey

Where we specialize

What we offer

What we offer

 

Live and Online Seminars

Lessons, strategies, and implementable solutions

Exit Planning

The Addiction Exit Team television series on BNN-TV

Workforce Development and Continuing Education Courses

The Exit Team Membership

 

Program Information

REMOVING THE HANDCUFFS OF OPIOID ADDICTION

EMPOWERING WOMAN FOR SUCCESS

 

Format:  45-60 Minutes

 

This program is perfect for:

 

Corporations struggling with the collateral damage of opioid addiction in their workforce.

Colleges and University facing a sudden and overwhelming increase in opioid addiction and overdose.

High Schools dealing with the exploding population of students experimenting with readily available opioids

 

The audience will leave with:

 

Organizations, corporations, communities, colleges, and universities, and high schools will all be provided with a roadmap to stop, think, and act.

Empowerment using first-hand experiences, prevention facts, and Knowledge to Improve Public Health.

 

 

Format:  45-60 Minutes

 

This program is perfect for:

 

Women struggling with forwarding momentum in the workplace

Female Managers

Empowering Women in a Male-Dominated Workplace

 

The audience will leave with:

 

Understanding how to accelerate actionable change in the most challenging environments

Managers will come away with a sense of unity that facilitates cooperation at a new level

Lessons, strategies, and implementable solutions

 

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ADDICTION

ADDICTION

TRAUMA

TRAUMA

SEXUAL ABUSE

SEXUAL ABUSE

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

Our Mission

The Team

Begin the journey

 

Live and Online Seminars

Lessons, strategies, and implementable solutions

Exit Planning

The Addiction Exit Team television series on BNN-TV

Workforce Development and Continuing Education Courses

The Exit Team Membership

 

The Addiction

Exit Team

Every stop sign is not a dead end. An exit

and change of directions is sometimes all you

need to remap your life.

 

 

Read our mission

 

 

Inspiring change, Empowering people, and advancing Knowledge to Improve public health.

 

 

Life is a journey that we must travel no matter how bad the roads or the weather. The EXIT TEAM meets people, organizations, and communities where they’re at and provides a roadmap to stop, think, and act.

 

Ritchie Farrell

Dr. Allison Burns

 

Ritchie Farrell

 

Bestselling author, WGA screenwriter, motivational speaker, recovering addict, domestic abuse survivor

 

The Fighter, the Academy Award feature film based on Farrell’s HBO Film, High on Crack Street, was released in 2011 and starred Mark Wahlberg, Christian Bale, and Farrell playing himself.

 

• Huffington Post Contributor

• Covered the Bosnian War as a Journalist

• Du-Pont Columbia Award for Excellence

• Nominated for National Ace Award

 

Dr. Allison Burns, PharmD, RPh

 

Clinical pharmacist, veteran, survivor of domestic violence and sexual abuse, sister of an addict

 

Allison pioneered the first model of addiction medication management and the first traveling pharmacy to remotely dispense Narcan in MA

 

• Doctor of Pharmacy, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy; Bachelor of Science, United States Naval Academy

• President, End Mass Overdose, Inc.

• CEO, Atlas Health Partners Corporation

• Pharmacist Advisor, Massachusetts Department of Public Health-BSAS

• Clinical Instructor of Addiction Medicine, Northeastern University and Massachusetts College of Pharmacy

• Top 40 Under 40, 2016 Boston Business Journal; 2017 Upsher-Smith Excellence in Innovation Award

 

 

 

 

  • REMOVING THE HANDCUFFS OF OPIOID ADDICTION

    Format:  45-60 Minutes

     

    This program is perfect for:

     

    Corporations struggling with the collateral damage of opioid addiction in their workforce.

    Colleges and University facing a sudden and overwhelming increase in opioid addiction and overdose.

    High Schools dealing with the exploding population of students experimenting with readily available opioids

     

    The audience will leave with:

     

    Organizations, corporations, communities, colleges, and universities, and high schools will all be provided with a roadmap to stop, think, and act.

    Empowerment using first-hand experiences, prevention facts, and Knowledge to Improve Public Health.

  • EMPOWERING WOMAN FOR SUCCESS

     

    Format:  45-60 Minutes

     

    This program is perfect for:

     

    Women struggling with forwarding momentum in the workplace

    Female Managers

    Empowering Women in a Male-Dominated Workplace

     

    The audience will leave with:

     

    Understanding how to accelerate actionable change in the most challenging environments

    Managers will come away with a sense of unity that facilitates cooperation at a new level

    Lessons, strategies, and implementable solutions