Kentucky legislators reached a last-minute agreement Tuesday on a comprehensive bill that will help tackle the state’s heroin epidemic, and that includes just about everything Northern Kentucky anti-heroin activists were seeking and helped avoid the last minute disappointment of a year ago.
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Wow, what a great night. Tina, Traci and I (Jess) went to Recovery Works family meeting last night and spoke. We shared Tabi and Tawni’s stories and felt they made a difference. It was great meeting the families and the clients. We want to thank Recovery Works for allowing us to speak. This was our first speaking engagement and hopefully not the last. With our talks we just want to make an impact, we want the families to know they must stick together and be supportive and love their loved one affected by addiction.
We ask that everyone continue to pray for all the families. As a community continue to get the word out. There are a few upcoming events that some of you may be interested in participating.
Recovery Now! A Celebration of Addiction Recovery – September 21 11a-4p @ Devou Park, Covington
2nd Annual Run for Recovery 5K Run/Walk in memory of Harry Rankin – September 28 9a @ Blessed Sacrament Church, Ft Mitchell – You can register online at SPRunning.com – Search for Sept 28th events
As always thank you so much for supporting Tabatha’s Fight and my family. Through our work we will help others.
We helped pay for our first Naloxone kit yesterday.. Their Insurance paid for the medicine portion and we paid $35 for the kit itself… Hope its never used, but if it is I hope it saves someone..
Good job Veronica on getting the news out to the public
We made the local news again… Good job..
March 14, 2013