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Pictured left to right: Anthony Hatton, executive director of RCA Westminster; Sarah Proctor, business development liaison, RCA at Westminster; Kat Stevens, CEO of the RCA New England Region; Bonnie Sawyer, executive director of the Herren Project; Lana Atamian, community impact manager for the Herren Project; Jason Tamulen, acting Westminster police chief; and Tara Rivera, treatment advocate at RCA Westminster. (COURTESY RECOVERY CENTERS OF AMERICA)
Pictured left to right: Anthony Hatton, executive director of RCA Westminster; Sarah Proctor, business development liaison, RCA at Westminster; Kat Stevens, CEO of the RCA New England Region; Bonnie Sawyer, executive director of the Herren Project; Lana Atamian, community impact manager for the Herren Project; Jason Tamulen, acting Westminster police chief; and Tara Rivera, treatment advocate at RCA Westminster. (COURTESY RECOVERY CENTERS OF AMERICA)
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WESTMINSTER — Representatives from Recovery Centers of America at Westminster recently held a Recovery Ride to remember and honor those lost to the disease of addiction. The event raised over $6,000 which was donated to the Herren Project, a national nonprofit organization providing free resources and support for the treatment, recovery and prevention of substance use disorder. Herren Project was founded in 2011 by former professional basketball player, Chris Herren, who has been in long-term recovery since August 2008.

 

 

 

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