Oct 26, 2020
As an Intervention Specialist at a suburban Atlanta High School, Joy Crowe taught special education for 37 years. Furthermore, she specialized in working with students with emotional and behavior disorders.
In this episode, Joy reflects on losing two of her three sons to a drug overdose and nearly losing her third son to COVID-19. We discuss the shame associated with addiction and how Joy is getting through each day in light of unbelievable loss. Finally, learn how Joy came to realize that she couldn’t “fix” her children, She could only fix herself.
How to donate to the Brenden M. Elbaz Scholarship Fund: Donations can be made in 2 different ways: 1) Send a check in any amount made out to GCPS (Gwinnett County Public Schools) Foundation Fund with the designation to BRENDEN ELBAZ SCHOLARSHIP. Or 2) go to the website:
If you mail a check please send it to:
c/o Gwinnett County Public Schools Foundation
437 Old Peachtree Road