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Lana was introduced to drugs in her early teen years and by the time she turned 15 had begun to take pain pills which was the beginning of a an opioid addition. Before finding herself in jail, Lana’s drug addiction had grown to include heroine, methamphetamine’s, marijuana, Xanax, and hallucinogens. At 27 years old, Lana has now been released from jail after completing the SCORE (Sheriff’s Convicted Offender Re-Entry) program and has found her way to The Samaritan Inn for a fresh start.read more
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2018 Samaritan Inn Gala Video
In this video, Christina shares her journey through homelessness and the difference The Samaritan Inn has made in her family’s life.
Larry’s journey from homeless to happiness is a powerful story.
Meet Michele, a graduate from The Samaritan Inn