A locally produced documentary.
Every day, 144 people die in the US from heroin and other opioid overdoses…but there is hope. The key to fighting this epidemic lies in bringing people together. Dean, Sandi, and Eric are in long term recovery and they are part of the solution. While, Daniel’s video diary serves as the most personal of warnings.
Only as a community, with a shift in our perception of addicts and addiction, can we begin to tackle this crisis.
Post-film panel discussion/Q&A with the filmmakers, subjects of the film, and local treatment specialists.
Michael Venn, Director
Karlina Lyons, Producer
Eric Spofford, Chief Executive Officer at Granite Recovery Centers
Sandi Coyle, New England Regional Director, Phoenix Multisport
Dean Lemire, Recovery Advocate
Tym Rourke, Director of Substance Use Disorders Grantmaking at NH Charitable Foundation