(EMAILWIRE.COM, October 14, 2015 ) Newmarket, NH -- Kim Branch, 31, is a former substance abuser in recovery for heroin addiction with about ten years under her belt. Now, she's using her past to help others along their path to recovery by launching a Heroin Anonymous group in Newmarket, Alliance for Substance Abuse Prevention. The group meets every Wednesday at 7:30 pm at the Newmarket Community Church. The initial meeting drew in five people and included representatives of all major public services organizations. Branch hopes future meetings will reach
New Hampshire faces a major heroin abuse dilemma that can no longer be ignored. Centers for drug rehab in New Hampshire work tirelessly to help remedy the epidemic of the deadly disease yet the ongoing battle depends on organizations such as ASAP to help people in recovery stay on the right path. As a facility offering Heroin rehab in New Hampshire, Drug and Alcohol Rehab New Hampshire is always proud and grateful to see people in recovery taking the initiative to help each other.
A representative of Drug and Alcohol Rehab New Hampshire responds:
"Ms. Kim Branch is a beautiful spirit and a shining example of what it means to redeem yourself and turn your own situation into someone else's blessing. As someone who has faced the difficult task of achieving and maintaining sobriety, Kim is in the perfect position to help others make her same accomplishments. By spearheading this new organization, Ms. Branch can save thousands of lives and inspire others to become active in the community. The greatest tools to the community of people in recovery is each other."
About Drug Rehab New Hampshire:
Drug and Alcohol Rehab New Hampshire is dedicated to the recovery of New Hampshire and all of the United States. By personalizing their approach and focusing on the person behind the disease, Drug and Alcohol Rehab New Hampshire is changing the way we view addiction rehabilitation. Unlike other treatment centers in New Hampshire, Drug and Alcohol Rehab New Hampshire is here for the support of each client through rehabilitation and beyond.
For further information, call (603) 244- 3372 or visit http://www.drugandalcoholrehabnewhampshire.org.
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