“I learned that the drugs that everyone uses actually messes up the chemical imbalance in your system and makes you want to use more.”
“It was a moving thing just to see how much love a person can have in their heart for an animal-- a dog even. It's a blessing to be able to see that. But I won't lie, almost every session I sit in my car and cry afterward,” said Richardson.
“They are literally reintegrating into society, and they don't feel good about who they are, what they have done, and most importantly who they have hurt. So, this does mean alot to them,” said Stacy Bell, Work Matters liaison at Ivy Tech.
“By giving meat to these hunger relief agencies, we are also providing a nutritional option that can help not just feed people but also make sure they have proper nutrition so our children can have full bellies and focus better,” DeForest said.