December 17, 2018

SOBER: Stories Of Recovery And Hope From Indiana - Part 4

Kelsey Phillips has been in recovery since 2013. She now works with women just entering recovery treatment. - Lauren Bavis/Side Effects Public Media

Kelsey Phillips has been in recovery since 2013. She now works with women just entering recovery treatment.

Lauren Bavis/Side Effects Public Media
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Kelsey Phillips, who has been in recovery since 2013, now works with women who are just entering recovery. Women who, like her, had children born addicted to heroin, and who have limited access to treatment.

Phillips shared her story during a live storytelling event hosted by the Indiana Addictions Issues Coalition in partnership with Side Effects Public Media at WFYI on Aug. 14, 2018.

LISTEN: MORE STORIES FROM THE EVENT

This story was produced by Matt Pelsor. On Monday, Dec. 17, at 9 p.m. tune into 90.1 WFYI for an hour-long special on these stories.

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