People in the Bangor area will have greater access to the life-saving medication Narcan starting February 1, after a Circle of Caring fundraising effort brought in more than $17,000. Narcan is administered by those who suspect a friend or loved one has overdosed on an opioid. Four members of the Community Health Leadership Board (CHLB), […]
Ryan’s personal story isn’t about how he got lost in the depths of opioid use disorder but an honest account of his challenges and triumphs in treatment and recovery, the support of his family, the love for his daughter, and his focus on getting an education and starting a new job.
“We’re (CHLB) using every outlet we can to try to heighten awareness of this issue (opioid abuse).”
“We hope to encircle those fighting, in treatment for or in recovery from opioid use disorder and their families with care, support and kindness.”
Snag a #CaringCircle selfie and post it on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Snapchat. Then, invite your friends to do so, too. Like I said, no brain freeze necessary for this challenge.