It's the one marketing event you can't afford to miss!

This year marks Learn to Cope’s 20 Year Anniversary. To commemorate this significant milestone, we invite you to join us on Thursday, May 16th at Granite Links Golf Club in Quincy, MA from 6-10 PM.

Buffet Dinner, Music & Friendship


Alexander Walley MD, MSc

is Professor of Medicine at Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine, primary care physician and addiction specialist at Boston Medical Center focused on the medical complications of substance use, specifically HIV and overdose. He leads research studies on overdose and the integration of addiction specialty care and general medical care. He is a founder of the inpatient addiction consult service and low barrier walk-in substance use care clinic at Boston Medical Center.  Dr. Walley was a founding director of the Grayken Addiction Medicine Fellowship and is the president of the American College of Academic Addiction Medicine. He serves as the medical director for the Massachusetts Department of Public Health’s Bureau of Substance Addiction Services and the Overdose Prevention Program.

Mary D'Eramo

As a mother of a college-aged young woman who fell into Substance Use Disorder, Mary attended the very first Learn to Cope meeting with her husband 20 years ago. In the years that followed, Mary was active in the growing organization by establishing its nonprofit status and working on the fundraising committee and the Family Overdose Prevention initiative. She started the LTC Norwell chapter, helped create an anti-drug coalition in her community with outreach to the schools, a cable TV show, and community awareness meetings. She is also a Certified Narcan Trainer. Today Mary is the part-time website communication specialist for LTC. Mary spends countless hours providing support and resources to those individuals that email our website and monitors our discussion board, The Forum. Mary is a retired Certified Medical Assistant on the South Shore. She and her husband live in Abington with their children and now, grandchildren. Her daughter is in long-term recovery today.