Crozer-Keystone Recovery Center Director Participates In Philadelphia Opioid Forum
With no end in sight to the epidemic, county residents received information Thursday evening from a panel of experts on what they can do to get help as the prominence of opioids and related drugs infiltrate families and kill thousands in the state every year.
Delaware County District Attorney Katayoun Copeland was joined by David Moran, director of the Crozer-Keystone Recovery Center, certified recovery specialists Regina Marchetti and Andrew Matthews, and Sean Rodgers, director of community relations for Center for Families held a forum at St. Matthew Lutheran Church in Springfield to bring their own perspectives on addiction and treatment.
“The cliché is that people have to hit bottom before they get help,” said Moran. “I don’t believe that. The bottom is when someone starts changing and going up. At the bottom, what happens is they’re introduced to the hope. (Drug court) is the bottom for some people, that’s the end and they start going up.”
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