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People who become addicted to alcohol and other drugs are our sons, daughters, mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, husbands, wives, cousins, loved ones and friends. Individuals may struggle for many years to regain control of their lives. The Center for Prevention and Counseling (The Center) hosted a walk in memory of two young men from Sussex County who lost their struggle with addiction.
The purpose of this walk is to change how addiction and individuals who struggle with substance use disorders are perceived. Most people who have the disease of addiction are ashamed or embarrassed and often do not seek help. Their families often feel the same shame. WE can change that!
Addiction does not discriminate and will impact every person in one way or another. If not them directly, it will be their brother, sister, parent, child, spouse, co worker, boss, best friend…WE need to change how this disease is perceived so that more can be saved!
One hundred percent of your donation will go directly to The Center to help those in need of services to aid them in their struggle with addiction.