SelfRefind named partner of DrugFreeLex 
SelfRefind, an outpatient treatment program for opiate addiction, has been named the 2013 Community Partner by DrugFreeLex, a coalition of local organizations and individuals who share resources and knowledge to educate and reduce substance abuse in Fayette County. Dr. Robin Peavler and Michele McCarthy, both with SelfRefind, were also honored for their volunteer efforts with DrugFreeLex. Pictured, from left: Peavler; Danielle Sanders, chair of the Mayor's Alliance on Substance Abuse (DrugFreeLex); former Gov. Martha Layne Collins, who started Champions Against Drugs in 1986.
SelfRefind named partner of DrugFreeLex SelfRefind, an outpatient treatment program for opiate addiction, has been named the 2013 Community Partner by DrugFreeLex, a coalition of local organizations and individuals who share resources and knowledge to educate and reduce substance abuse in Fayette County. Dr. Robin Peavler and Michele McCarthy, both with SelfRefind, were also honored for their volunteer efforts with DrugFreeLex. Pictured, from left: Peavler; Danielle Sanders, chair of the Mayor's Alliance on Substance Abuse (DrugFreeLex); former Gov. Martha Layne Collins, who started Champions Against Drugs in 1986.
SelfRefind named partner of DrugFreeLex SelfRefind, an outpatient treatment program for opiate addiction, has been named the 2013 Community Partner by DrugFreeLex, a coalition of local organizations and individuals who share resources and knowledge to educate and reduce substance abuse in Fayette County. Dr. Robin Peavler and Michele McCarthy, both with SelfRefind, were also honored for their volunteer efforts with DrugFreeLex. Pictured, from left: Peavler; Danielle Sanders, chair of the Mayor's Alliance on Substance Abuse (DrugFreeLex); former Gov. Martha Layne Collins, who started Champions Against Drugs in 1986.

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