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Episode 69: Surviving the Heroin Epidemic with Sarah Spier

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Today we have Sarah Spier with us to discuss her perspective on the opioid epidemic, her first-hand experience with heroin abuse, and how she overcame it. Formerly a previous IV heroin user, Sarah is now one of the Directors of the largest adolescent substance abuse and mental health treatment facilities in Washington State. We dive in about the challenges she faced during her addiction and the challenges that we are facing today with Fentanyl now being the number one cause of death amongst US adults, ages 18-45. 

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Is an accredited drug and alcohol rehabilitation program, that believes addiction treatment should not just address “how to stay sober” but needs to transform the life of the addict and empower him or her to create a more meaningful and positive life. We are dedicated to transforming the despair of addiction into a purposeful life of confidence, self-respect and happiness. We want to give recovering addicts the tools to return to the outside world completely substance-free and successful.
elevate addiction services logo
Is an accredited drug and alcohol rehabilitation program, that believes addiction treatment should not just address “how to stay sober” but needs to transform the life of the addict and empower him or her to create a more meaningful and positive life. We are dedicated to transforming the despair of addiction into a purposeful life of confidence, self-respect and happiness. We want to give recovering addicts the tools to return to the outside world completely substance-free and successful.