One of the young adults featured in the Times story is a young lady I've had the pleasure of meeting in person. Her name is Hannah Miller, and she has an amazing story of recovery. She shared that story, "Nine Lives," with Heroes in Recovery back in December. If you have a few minutes, I strongly urge you to check it out. It'll show you what kid of recovery miracles can and do happen.
That's all for now. If you take the time to check out my Heroes blog, please consider giving it a "Like" and sharing it. Also, comments on the blog over at the Heroes site are always welcome.
Here's are some direct links for you:
My new Heroes in Recovery blog:
The New York Times article that inspired it:
Hannah Miller's story at Heroes in Recovery:
Collegiate Recovery Program (mentioned in the blog):
Young People in Recovery (mentioned in the blog):
Blue Community (mentioned in the blog):
As always, thanks for reading.
"Everything that I have in my life today is a direct result of my sobriety." --Hannah Miller
|Hannah Miller, an amazing young person in recovery.|