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Aug 12, 2016
by: Sarah Pierce
A Message from Chelsea Coleman Hussey, Associate Board Member
 
I Run for Recovery because I believe in legacy. In Northeast Ohio, we know all too well that addiction and mental illness aren’t bound by time. The pain, the shame, the stigma, can transcend generations and affects new lives every day.
 
Fortunately, so can recovery.
 
I was inspired to join Recovery Resources by my father, Casey Coleman, whose sobriety, personal growth, and contribution of his time and talent helped so many people in the greater Cleveland area to fight the battle against addiction. By witnessing his incredible transformation and his work with Recovery Resources, he enabled me to carry on his legacy of impact, long after his passing in 2006. Now, through his fund "Casey's Kids," a whole new generation can be helped through prevention programs targeted toward school aged children.
 
I will be participating in the Run for Recovery in loving memory of my father, and because I want my daughter to grow up in a world free of the stigma of addiction and mental illness. A world where no problem is too big, too scary, too pervasive. Through an organization like Recovery Resources, and a group of committed, courageous, and caring people, anything is possible. ?#?HopeInTheLand?
 
Please, dear friends and family, help me show Evelyn, and our community, what’s possible, by joining me at the Run for Recovery
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