When Kelley-Rae Green started her recovery from drugs and alcohol addiction 15 months ago, she didn’t know what resources were available to help her. Clean since then — after using meth, pot and alcohol since she was 12 years old — she came to the Rally for Recovery to show support for others. “Boise is awesome for recovery,” she says. “I couldn’t ask for a better life now.”
When Kelley-Rae Green started her recovery from drugs and alcohol addiction 15 months ago, she didn’t know what resources were available to help her. Clean since then — after using meth, pot and alcohol since she was 12 years old — she came to the Rally for Recovery to show support for others. “Boise is awesome for recovery,” she says. “I couldn’t ask for a better life now.” Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com
When Kelley-Rae Green started her recovery from drugs and alcohol addiction 15 months ago, she didn’t know what resources were available to help her. Clean since then — after using meth, pot and alcohol since she was 12 years old — she came to the Rally for Recovery to show support for others. “Boise is awesome for recovery,” she says. “I couldn’t ask for a better life now.” Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com

Rally for Recovery celebrates Idahoans overcoming addiction

September 03, 2016 04:38 PM