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Forever Loved A Lasting Memorial

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Forever Loved A Lasting Memorial

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Forever Loved A Lasting Memorial

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Have you lost a loved one? ROR wants to lift the stigma and keep your memory alive on our Memorial page.

Hurt Can Inspire Action That Makes a Difference

We were inspired to create ROR because substance use in our families hurt and changed us forever. Now friends of ROR fans are inspiring us by their actions. A few months ago two ROR fans in Illinois lost their father, a retired policeman. Although their family didn't suffer from substance abuse disorder, because of his line of work, they daily saw how addiction affects everyone in a family. At his funeral, his daughters asked for donations to Reach Out Recovery. In the midst of their pain, they thought of us and wanted their whole community to benefit from ROR's unique efforts to educate about addiction and the hope of recovery.

A Small Donation That Makes A Big Difference

Adding your loved one to our new memorial page has a powerful dual impact.

1. By sharing your loved one with us, we can see their beautiful faces and pray for you. A large memorial gallery will show how many ROR visitors are struggling with grief and how much more we need to do.

2. The small donation of $15 will help sustain ROR, which receives no government or special interest funding. We are viewer supported. Show your enduring love with a picture and a message and support an organization whose only purpose is to serve you. Click here to begin.


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Leslie Glass is the founder of Reach Out Recovery and the winner of the 2016 ASAM Media Award. Leslie is also the creator of Recovery Guidance, the information website for those seeking addiction and mental healthcare for professionals nationwide. Leslie is a journalist, director/producer of award-winning documentaries, and the author of 15 bestselling novels. Leslie has served as Chairman of the Board of Plays For Living, was a member of the Board of Directors of Mystery Writers of America. She has served as a Public Member of the Middle States Commission of Higher Education, as a VP of The Asolo Theatre, and was a Trustee of the New York City Police Foundation.

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