Fentanyl-related deaths have taken the lives of Coloradans of all ages, and this recovery organization is trying new ways to talk about addiction and recovery.
LONGMONT, Colo. — It doesn’t take long for a room of familiar faces to fill a safe space in Longmont.
For Becky Milanski, she expects a crowd on the first Friday of the month, as it’s “open mic night” at Recovery Cafe Longmont.
“So we’re a refuge of hope and healing for people in recovery, and we believe that everyone is in recovery from something,” she said. “We believe that everyone is worthy of giving and receiving love, and everyone has gifts to give no matter where they are on their recovery journey.”
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