“Addiction Doesn’t Define Me” – Patrick’s Story

“After my brother passed away, my family experienced judgment and slander, and we learned that society as a whole looks down on people with substance use disorders. Those suffering from addiction need to understand that they are the majority, not the minority, that addiction does not discriminate, and WE are here for you.” – Pat M.

This campaign was created as a collaboration between COCA and the Berks County Opioid Coalition – SOS Berks. View more about this campaign and additional testimonials at sosberks.org/addiction

The creation of these testimonials was made possible with funding from the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime & Delinquency. Paid for with Pennsylvania taxpayer dollars.

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