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Shattering the Stigma

Shattering the Stigma

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November 22nd 2016:SERENITY STREET

News, views, hope and information from the hardest grinding team fighting the addictions epidemic! This week Mama Dukes and Frankie are joined by MICHAEL PACK, an Ohio based community activist, with SERENITY STREET, he’s on the front lines of the heroin epidemic. Also in the Chat Chair is JESSI HALLQUIST, FHF Team Member, to share the story of her struggle through Addiction and into Recovery. All that and more! Listen in!

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Michael Pack born an addict and alcoholic in the impoverished west end community of Marion, Ohio. He was born addicted and exposed to harsh impacts of substance abuse and alcoholism for as long as he can remember. By age 21 he became a number in the prison system. Michaels addiction robbed him of everything. On 10 27 10 he decided to reclaim his life. After making the decision to turn his life around, Michael went on a mission to help others in the dark depths of addiction. Michael is a living example of a changed life and inspiration to those lives he touches. Recovery has given him more than addiction has taken!
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My name is Jessi and I am a recovering addict. My story starts off like most. I didn't one day wake up and decide to be a heroin addict. At the age of 13 I was placed in my first treatment center. When I was 18 I was introduced to heroin and in a matter of months I became unrecognizable. I was offered the gift of my eighth treatment center and I went and kicking and screaming. I finally got some time under my belt I was blessed to become a mother. I met an amazing man and his mother who had a dream that there should be no closed doors to anyone seeking help from this disease. It's been a blessing to know that my horrible past is now being used to keep others from making the same mistakes
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