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Cocaine Anonymous spray a powerful message of hope over Rushden Parks

Cocaine Anonymous spray a powerful message of hope over Rushden Parks

Sunday saw a fantastic turnout of support for Rushden & Wellingborough's Cocaine Anonymous group at their self-funded, live street art event, which took place at both Jubilee and Spencer Park.

Attendees watched in awe and anticipation as Nath Nice, the professional and extremely talented Graffiti Artist transformed a skate ramp and a park fence with two large graffiti murals highlighting the group's life-changing service and pivotal message that 'there is a solution to drug and alcohol addiction'.

A representative of the group said: "It was an amazing day of unity between recovering addicts, members of the local community and Rushden Town Council, all showing their support and doing something above and beyond to get the message out there".

Cocaine Anonymous works with the 12-step programme in the same way as Alcoholics Anonymous. It has helped millions of people worldwide recover from drug addiction and also supports family members of addicts.

Rushden Town Council will continue to show support for this inspirational, local group and commend them for the work they are doing in the community to help tackle drug addiction.

To find a local Cocaine Anonymous meeting which take place across the county, please follow the link below.

The Central England helpline is open from 10am to 10pm, seven days a week and can be reached by calling
0800 689 4732.

Posted: Wed, 08 Jan 2020 16:50 by Michelle Lewis

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