Imagine a world where everyone with a chronic illness – be it heart disease, diabetes, lung disease, cancer, to name just a few-- had the advantage of a free, widely accessible, consistently available support network made up of former patients willing to sacrifice their own time and energy to reach out to those who still suffered.
Keep the program going, find referrals, work with families, maintain certification, get the best staff, report to corporate leadership, oh, yeah… and help people with addictive disease establish recovery. It’s a big menu. Here’s some help.
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