Monday, February 11, 2019

Junkie Recovery Saves Kansas City?!?!

It may not seem like it but this is good news . . . Sure, these former addicts might not make ideal neighbors in some of the more posh enclaves around down BUT empty houses repurposed for an important real life mission makes sense given the rising number of opioid junkies in the U.S. that is actually getting worse.

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Abandoned house transforms to help homeless addicts

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Bringing Hope, Building Lives Foundation opened the J. Hallingquest House during a ceremony Saturday, completing the transformation of an abandoned house into a place for the homeless struggling with addictions and for homeless veterans. "It's very exciting," Executive Director and President of Bringing Home, Building Lives Foundation Brandy Thornton said.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Christ, another manufactured crisis!

Write this down: Opioid addiction is a self healing problem. Either they get help or get dead.