Please let me know if you have any info on my friend's son. He has been missing for about a week. The family is extremely worried about his safety. Send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any info.
approximately 180 lbs
Last seen in the Perkins/I240 area (Memphis, TN)
He is 26 years old
These photos were taken about 5 years ago but his mom says he still looks the same.
This latest bust has me jumping for joy, yet at the same time horrified that human beings are actually knowingly facilitating the deaths of other human beings by actively bringing this killer opiate into our country, cutting it with another opiate and selling it to heroin addicts. KNOWING IT WILL KILL THEM!!!
"Wow" is all I can say.
The people buying the fentanyl off of the black market and selling it to the people that HAVE A DISEASE OF ADDICTION should seriously rot in he
Bring Addiction Out Of the Darkness!
This is a free community fest, a Rally for Recovery, with music, the Fuel Café food truck and most importantly recovery and prevention talks. We need to get people talking! Bring addiction out of the darkness and into the light! There will be medical professionals on hand to help the community learn more about prevention and how to possibly save lives. I will be there to join in the conversations, will you? Saturday, September 16, 4-7pm Am
Admittedly, I was unable to make it through the entire article. To say it was gut wrenchingly painful would be putting it mildly. This new normal is not normal and I cannot and will not accept it.
The part that stood out the most to me was "The Lost Boys." Although I was not at the scene when Shelby died, it still was surreal when I heard the news. Gratefully, I did not see him until after the caring people at the funeral home made him look unlike death.
All I have left of
There was a pretty big heroin/fentanyl bust in my city. I'm grateful for all involved in making this happen. Getting those drugs off of the streets means one more chance for an addicted person to reach out for help, one more day a person in recovery has a better chance of staying sober and one more person having a chance to live possibly a productive life and not dying alone in the streets of an overdose. Keep up the good work Memphis! If you ever see anything suspicious, do
Someone viewing the website sent a message reaching out for help. We will call her "L." L, if you are out there, I sent a reply and I'm hoping you called someone. We are all in this together and even though I don't know you, I love you and want to see you succeed! Please call one of those numbers!❤️😘 Also please email me back so I know you are ok!
It makes my heart smile to tell you about The Oaks at La Paloma recovery center. The facility is tucked in the quaint, historic part of Memphis, TN called Midtown. The main building is a renovated hospital where my mother used to work and where I used to play, as a young child, in the courtyard. To see this place restored to its former glory and knowing it is being used to help good people get their lives back on track really tugs at the heart strings and gives me a renewed f