For Families Of Heroin Addicts, Comfort Comes In Sharing Their Stories

For Families Of Heroin Addicts, Comfort Comes In Sharing Their Stories

By Rebecca Hersher

Parents who have lost children to addiction and overdose gather at a weekly support group south of Los Angeles. In relating their stories, they hope to cope with a pain that’s growing all too common.

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