The Safe Passage Program in Taylorville is something those struggling with addiction can use as a vehicle to recovery. Devon Moore is a success story of the program. He’s approaching two years sober in April, and Safe Passage played a big role in that.
After the initial conversation, Moore said it took just a few days to get everything else in place. He was able to get a bed at a treatment facility over an hour away, which is something that was important to him. Moore says Safe Passage was there every step of the way.
Moore’s life has changed for the better in many areas since he had that first conversation with the Safe Passage Program.
Being able to share a personal account of struggle like Moore does is not easy. He calls himself an open book and believes sharing his story is one of the most important things he can do.
If you’re struggling and want help, the Safe Passage Program is located in the Taylorville Police Department at 108 W Vine Street. Moore appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.