ROADWAY NEWS


Thanking First Responders

Thanking First Responders – Record-Journal

Meriden non-profit honored for addiction advocacy and education

Meriden non-profit honored for addiction advocacy & education – Record-Journal

Meriden mom helps others find strength, support as loved ones fight addiction

Meriden mom helps others find strength, support as loved ones fight addiction – Record-Journal

Connecticut gets Federal grant to help fight the Opioid Epidemic

Connecticut Gets Federal Grant To Combat Opioid Epidemic – WNPR

Why Connecticut’s drug overdose crisis isn’t slowing down

Why Connecticut’s drug overdose crisis isn’t slowing down – TrendCT

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PSA – Opioids and our children – Kyle Reyes



The Roadway of Hope CT, Inc. is a 501c3, non-profit organization that is promoting hope, education, and advocacy for those who are unable to help themselves. We strive to bring the people of Connecticut an awareness of substance use disorder – with dignity, understanding, and acceptance.


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