Josiah Citrin

chef and owner of Mélisse and Citrin in Santa Monica

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Josiah Citrin says he hopes his son’s story is a good reminder of the dangers of substance abuse.

‘Don't think it's not gonna happen to my kid’: Michelin-starred chef Josiah Citrin on losing son to opioids

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