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Nurse Creates Recovery Home to Address Opioid Addiction in her Community

In many rural communities, where the opioid epidemic is  disproportionately widespread, there continues to be a lack of services  available to provide comprehensive care to those suffering from  addiction.

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Serving Recovery with a Dose of Gratitude

"You won’t meet a more compassionate couple about recovery than Mike and  Sara Rissolo of Easton. The couple took their savings and instead of  investing in a larger house for themselves and their five children,  chose to open The Gratitude House, a recovery house for men on Davis  Avenue in Easton..."

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Living in recovery with Gratitude

"For the past three years, Mike and Sara Rissolo of Easton said they have  had the same crazy dream — to open a recovery home for addicts in  Easton. This past June, just two months after purchasing 214 Davis Ave.  in Easton, the Rissolos saw that dream come true when they opened The  Gratitude House, a men’s recovery home..."

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Easton Hospital Unit Staff Collect Supplies for Gratitude House Recovery Home

"Nurses on the 2 East Multi Specialty Care Unit at UM Shore Medical  Center at Easton believe in giving back to the community and most  recently, they have made that belief real by conducting a drive for  cleaning and laundry supplies for the Gratitude House in Easton, a  project of Realslow Recovery LLC, a nonprofit organization founded by  Easton residents Mike and Sara Rissolo  with the goal of providing safe,  affordable and supportive housing for all people to live and grow in  recovery from drugs and alcohol..."

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Other local options available

"Recovery residences offering a safe and sober  environment with accountability for over six months increase long-term  recovery for those suffering from substance abuse issues."

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