Testimonials

What it was like: 14 years of humiliation, degradation, loneliness and sadness –broken promises and shattered dreams. 

 

What happened: A strong desire is born. A decision is made. A commitment is instituted. 

 

What it is like now: Reconnection with myself, my family and my God. 

 

What I learned: God doesn’t make junk. 

 

What I do: Help others whenever possible. To the world, I am only one person,but to one person, I could be the world. 

 

How I feel: So very grateful for 30 years clean of any mind altering substance.

                                               ~ Steve

I used drugs of different types until I got sober in 2013. Sadly, my brother did not win the battle but remains as always very close to all of our hearts. 

 

I have remained sober through all the loss and hardships life has given me to handle since. I reached 3 years of sobriety this past Thanksgiving. One for the records, that I can say I am truly thankful for, is to be with everyone that I truly cherish and love. 

“There is no person walking on this Earth who demonstrates more courage, dignity, honesty and integrity on a daily occurrence than an addict in recovery.” 

 

                                        ~ Pete

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What is Narcan?

Narcan™ (naloxone) is a prescription medicine that blocks the effects of opioids and reverses an overdose. Narcan is safe, cannot be abused, and will have no effect on a person who has not taken opioids.​

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COIN is a partnership created by your local police departments to assist those suffering from substance use and/or mental health disorders.
For Help Finding Help, call COIN:
508 488-5072
Grant Received

Greater Lowell Community Foundation – glcfoundation.org

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NM Cares was awarded a grant by the GLCF on March 2016. The grant aided us in hosting events to promote education and awareness on prescription drug abuse and misuse. Events included a Community Awareness Fair, Road Race and Overdose Memorial Vigil.

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