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September is National Recovery Month and over 17, Minnesotans are struggling with drug and alcohol addiction. KIMT News 3 sat down with a woman in recovery to share her story. KIMT News 3 is learning one Rochester woman's story of recovery and what the pandemic has taught her. Hundreds of people have walked through the doors at MN Adult and Teen Challenge in Rochester needing help and have left feeling free.
While the pandemic put a lot of the usual services on hold, one woman says she never gave up hope. Very, very discouraged," said Brianna. Brianna has been at the facility for 9 months now and she said has been a tough year on a lot of people, but it's been her best year because of her recovery.
When asked what National Recovery Month means to her, her answer was quite simple, but with a lot of meaning behind it. I've definitely grown in my faith in the Lord and I've been taken out of the darkness that I was in.
I feel so free and it's a great feeling. Brianna said while it has been tough adapting to the changes, the one constant thing that's remained the same is the ability for everyone to lean on each other and get through it together.
If you're someone who's struggling with addiction, Brianna has some advice for you. I feel so free from it. MN Adult and Teen Challenge in Rochester is still doing curbside visits only for friends and family and they hope to move to the next phase of reopening soon. If you're needing some help or just want to learn more about the program, you can visit the website. One Rochester woman shares her story for National Recovery Month. Posted: Sep 3, PM. Posted By: Madelyne Watkins. Scroll for more content Minnesota Coronavirus Cases. Iowa Coronavirus Cases.
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