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Faces of Recovery:
Battling Stigma in the River Valley Area
"Faces of Recovery" is a heartfelt initiative created by staff member Sam C. It was born from the realization that many in our community are unaware of the vibrant lives lived by those in recovery. Sam's vision is to combat the stigma surrounding addiction by putting a human face to it.
"Faces of Recovery" is a series of Facebook posts where we introduce the inspiring individuals who have triumphed over addiction. By sharing their stories, we aim to humanize addiction, inspire hope, educate, and build a stronger, more compassionate community in the River Valley area
By sharing these stories, we hope to accomplish several crucial goals:
Reduce Stigma: Through the stories of our community members, we strive to humanize the face of addiction and showcase the strength that can be found in recovery.
Inspire Hope: We aim to inspire those who are currently battling addiction or in early stages of recovery, showing them that a fulfilling life after addiction is possible.
Educate and Inform: "Faces of Recovery" provides a platform for sharing information about addiction, recovery resources, and the services offered by the Larry Labonte Recovery Center.
Build Community: By celebrating the success stories within our community, we foster a sense of unity and support among our members.
Join Us in the Journey:
We invite you to explore "Faces of Recovery" on our Facebook page and follow the stories of hope, resilience, and transformation. Together, we can break down barriers, promote understanding, and build a stronger, more compassionate community in the River Valley area.
Anybody wishing to join and be in the spotlight themselves can join "The Faces of Recovery" Private Facebook Group HERE.
At the Larry Labonte Recovery Center, we believe that recovery is a journey worth celebrating, and "Faces of Recovery" is our way of sharing that belief with you. Thank you for being a part of this inspiring and transformative initiative.
Ex. Faces of Recovery
Examples of Faces of Recovery
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