Travis Snyder, of Skook Recovers and a member of Safer Streets for Tamaqua’s Little Feet, said he believes in the community mission.
The service was presented with the help of Step-Up Tamaqua, a project of the Tamaqua Area Faith Fellowship Network, and Safer Streets for Tamaqua’s Little Feet.
John and his wife, Tammy Sienkiewicz, formed Safer Streets for Tamaqua’s Little Feet following their daughter’s passing.
Several in the crowd Sunday were wearing Safer Streets shirts.
Anyone who needs assistance or needs someone to talk to can call the Sienkiewiczes at 570-527-9277 or 570-527-9278, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit Safer Streets For Tamaqua’s Little Feet on Facebook.
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She and her husband Dan are active with Lost Dreams Awakening and have found some comfort there following Kyle’s death.
She volunteers at Lost Dreams Awakening, where she helps guide others to the help they need.
“These aren’t just statistics,” said Laurie Johnson-Wade, co-founder of Lost Dreams Awakening.
The ceremony was held as part of the National Day of Remembrance, a yearly event that brings communities together to mourn the loss of loved ones from drug overdoses.
Ballard was one of many to share their experience with addiction to a packed room Sunday during a remembrance ceremony held by Lost Dreams Awakening, a nonprofit addiction counseling center and support group in New Kensington.
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