Suburban Nonprofit Groups Strike Back Against Heroin

Daily Herald - December 1, 2014  Maybe it's a grieving mother on a crusade. Maybe it's a group of friends who need a place to stay sober ... and still have fun.

Maybe it's a sister motivated by a brother's death, or a health agency doing its part, or a ramped-up drug prevention campaign.

Maybe it's an entire country saying, "Enough is enough." 

Nonprofit groups working to combat the heroin epidemic are taking a variety of forms and approaches as people affected by the drug work to raise awarenes of its dangers, promote sober living and prevent others from using.

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