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CBS Survivor Contestant Rodney Lavoie Jr. Shares His Story
CBS SURVIVOR Rodney Lavoie Jr. is Going LIVE for the 1st time as a member of Heroin is Killing My Town. Rodney's story is very powerful and inspiring. Rodney Lavoie Jr. was a contestant on the popular series Survivor and has recently joined up with Heroin is Killing My Town to tell his story and how he lost his sister to addiction.
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Gene St. Pierre of Community Assistance Project on Video with Announcement
Steven Tyler performs
Steven Tyler visited the Recovery Unplugged Drug Treatment Center to speak and perform for clients. We are a one-of-a-kind music centered recovery program. What a powerful and emotional song. Those living in active addiction certainly should be able to relate as it captures the essence of addiction and the journey of recovery. What do you think? Can you relate?
20/20 Breaking Point Heroin in America
20/20 was aired episode Breaking Point Heroin in America on ABC2020, A gentlemen named Aaron (brother of Olivia) passed away from a heroin overdose in mid to late 2015. Part of this documentary is dedicated to his memory in order to educate the public about heroin addiction. His funeral was aired in the documentary. Such a horribly sad story. I didn't know Aaron personally, but I know someone who knew him. It's such a sad story.
Lisa Laughnan Shares Her Addiction and Recovery Story
Mannequin Challenge - Heroin Overdose
For those of you who aren't familiar, the Mannequin challenge is when a group of people pose as lifeless mannequins on video to explain and/or personify a situation or scenario of choice. This particular video is extremely well-done and clearly took a lot of time and energy to produce. This mannequin challenge showcases a heroin overdose scenario. A special thanks for all the individuals who put this together. Very well done.
Shaming and Stigmatizing of Addicts
Please Share this around!!!! The shaming & stigmatizing of addicts needs to stop. Get this around so the people who do it know that we Won't be forced to hide anymore. The videos & pictures of overdosed people or people high on drugs needs to stop too!! Start blocking these types of people then they can all live together in their own negative Facebook world. And we can Prevail in our positive recovery world!! You can see more of Crystal's videos by visiting "Erase the Shame Facebook Videos" and "Kill the Heroin Epidemic Nationwide Facebook Videos".