Amy-Jo came to CRA as a volunteer and did not really know what to expect. She personally came from Recovery, where abstinence was the way... but she realized that not everyone’s journey included recovery. AJ had people very close to her for whom recovery was not in the cards. In some cases, overdose and death was the end result. She needed to believe there was a way to help them stay as safe as possible and if she could be a part of that, she wanted to know everything that was out there. So AJ came to where stigma does not exist and there is safety in numbers. She’s fallen in love with what CRA and all of its staff and volunteers stand for.... so much so that she volunteered to join the Board. Harm Reduction Rocks!