ManyFaces1Voice: Stacia Murphy

Unknown“It’s this notion of hope. And when people are in the darkest parts of themselves… when they feel that there is hope, that they can pull something out of them that allows them to live again when they have been so much in the dark. Recovery provides a light that shines in an extraordinary way.”

‘Stacia Murphy is woman in long-term recovery since 1976. She served as the president of the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD) from 1999 to 2006 and has worked as an educator, administrator, community organizer and program developer.

She served on the the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse & Alcoholism (NIAAA) Advisory Committee and has lectured at Cornell and Columbia Universities. She is a proud citizen of New York City and a poet.’

I’ve just arrived back in Australia and will now try to get my body clock adjusted. For now, I’m living as a vampire! Apologies from myself and our server company for the problems with the website yesterday, which was due to a server problem. 

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