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Welcome to our second annual Gala Celebrating Lives Changed!  An event being held on April 8th, 2017 at DeSales University...
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Shawn was only 17 when his mother died of alcoholism. “I watched her drink herself to death,” he says.  With no other family to lean on, Shawn began using heroin to numb his pain. 
When Kevin began looking for a place where he could really change his life, he knew it had to be a Christian program, and the Allentown Rescue Mission was at the top of the list!
William took care of his mother every day for 16 years. In addition to working as a Federal Police Officer in Warminster, he shopped for groceries, paid the bills and saw to his mother’s every need.
A journey from addiction to restoration Michael grew up without a father in a “crazy” household. He was only nine years old when he began using drugs. “I started smoking pot and moved onto drinking, to pills, LSD, cocaine,” he says.
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Larry was living in Lock Haven when his world, and his family, fell apart around him. “I thought everything was fine,” he says shaking his head. “But then something I said was taken out of context and the next thing you know, everything just exploded and I ended up leaving.”
There’s an old adage attributed to our neighbors, the Pennsylvania Dutch: “The faster I go, the behinder I get.” For years, that would have been the perfect description for Anthony’s life! “I was always working, always productive,” he says. “But also overworked, underpaid and stressed out.”

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