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

“While using drugs, I was constantly looked at wrong and verbally abused. I lied about my use and I hid it, and I was embarrassed of my parents who also suffered from substance use disorders. I hit rock bottom and relapsed a number of times, which led to more judgement, mocking and ridicule. I have now been clean and sober for 10 years and 4 months, and let’s just say, my life of turmoil has turned into a life I treasure.” – Robert D.

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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