“I don’t think everybody completely understands what we’re doing on the Campus. I think in general most people when they are honest, and having a one-on-one conversation will talk about how drugs impact their family because most families are not unscathed by this. So, when you’re in one-on-one conversations, people are honest, and they talk about the impact that they’ve seen and they are grateful for treatment in the community. I think that most people don’t understand how prevalent this is and I think that we often sort of stigmatize the people that we’re helping.”
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