It’s no secret the pandemic doubled the jeopardy for people in recovery. But those who doubled down have been able to pull through. Here’s a terrific story about overcoming drugs in the time of Covid.
For years the man believed drug-free living was a fairy tale cooked up by do-gooders. No surprise considering everyone he knew was on one drug or another. And yes, that included his parents. They always had been too. In fact, his mother often hit him up for pills when she was out.
Addicts aren’t the only ones to benefit from peer recovery support programs. The community itself also benefits. And not just the community-at-large either. As Eric McIntire so keenly makes clear, sometimes even the medical community gets their eyes opened by a peer recovery specialist. Please read on! All We Need is a Heartbeat “All we need is a heartbeat, and…