Guest Blog – Crawford County Community Care March
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Guest Blog – Crawford County Community Care March



On November 1, 2014, Crawford County citizens walked in recognition that recovery is possible and the fight against drugs is always moving forward. They walked in recognition that creation of a life without drugs and alcohol is a beautiful thing.  Those in recovery joined, parents, friends, and ministers and loved ones to show that there are many stories of hope and healing.  This was the 4th annual march organized by Together We Hurt, Together We Heal – a non-profit group in Crawford County founded by mothers whose children were addicted. They chose to offer support and help and to educate the community about the dangers of opiates and other drugs.  Today, TWHTWH offers faith based support groups for families and those in recovery. They work with others to bring attention to this issue because they know that doing nothing is not an option.  The Crawford-Marion ADAMH Board is proud to partner with TWHTWH and offer proof that Recovery Is Beautiful.

 – Jody Demo-Hodgins


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