Good Morning,
Yeah I’m not sure just letting lives overdose is the best solution to the addiction problem….UGH

This is why in the State of Ohio they have a community event called HOPE OVER HEROIN and this is why the Foundations for Recovery host community events such as…

“Night of Recovery” at Harry & David Ballpark Friday July 21st
“Drive for Victory” Golf Tournament – Saturday August 5th
COPS & ROBBERS Charity Softball Game – Friday Sept. 8th part of our 4th Annual Drive Out Drugs Recovery Festival
4th Annual Drive Out Drugs Recovery Festival & Carnival Friday Sept. 8th and Saturday Sept. 9th at Harry & David Ballpark

We have to keep bringing the message to the community that there is HOPE. We have to continue offering addiction treatment services and provide peer support. We know that the program of recovery works if you work it. We have to change the tone of the conversation of “once an addict always an addict” to “WE, of AA, are more than one hundred men and women who have “recovered” from a seemingly hopeless state of mind and body. (Bill W) – To show others alcoholics precisely how we have recovered is the main purpose of this book.”

It is for this reason we can’t give up but must change the tone of our language in our community. Please join with us at the Foundations for Recovery in bringing the message of HOPE. To participate, volunteer, donate or prayerfully support please visit our website at www.ffrhope.com

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/06/26/ohio-city-rep-proposes-new-system-to-combat-expensive-overdose-drug.html