Addiction Recovery Channel: Looking at Bess O'Brien's New Documentary - "Coming Home"

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Ed Baker and his esteemed guest Bess O’Brien discuss Bess' new documentary film “Coming Home,” a film focused on five people returning back to their Vermont communities from prison. Bess is perhaps most noted for her landmark documentary “The Hungry Heart,” which played an extremely important role in beginning to educate the public to the opioid crisis in Vermont in 2013.

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