Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Hubbard said for her, compassion made all the difference.

In 2011, Hubbard had spent her entire adult life as a heroin and opioid addict. She was homeless or living out of motels, just making it “hour-by-hour,” a reality she said most addicts face.

She also started using cocaine and, in July 2011, she overdosed. The doctors performed open-heart surgery to save her, she said.

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