Jim Cagey and Anne Roberts held a graduation portrait of their son Patrick at their home in the Lansdowne neighborhood of Lexington. Patrick died four years ago when he overdosed. They are starting a local chapter of a support group open to anyone who has a loved one who has died of an overdose.
Jim Cagey and Anne Roberts held a graduation portrait of their son Patrick at their home in the Lansdowne neighborhood of Lexington. Patrick died four years ago when he overdosed. They are starting a local chapter of a support group open to anyone who has a loved one who has died of an overdose. Pablo Alcala palcala@herald-leader.com
Jim Cagey and Anne Roberts held a graduation portrait of their son Patrick at their home in the Lansdowne neighborhood of Lexington. Patrick died four years ago when he overdosed. They are starting a local chapter of a support group open to anyone who has a loved one who has died of an overdose. Pablo Alcala palcala@herald-leader.com

They lost their son to an overdose. Now they want to help others with the same grief.

June 14, 2017 07:17 PM

UPDATED June 15, 2017 05:54 AM

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