Hope Wall on display at Magoffin Judicial Center

SALYERSVILLE – “When you see all these people who have battled substance abuse and are now in recovery it makes everything worthwhile,” Magoffin County Sheriff Carson Montgomery said Friday, glancing at the UNITE Hope Wall now on display at the Magoffin County Judicial Center.

Pictured are Dan Smoot, UNITE President/CEO (left); Amanda Arnett, Peer Recovery Coach for Drug Court (front center); Carson Montgomery, Magoffin County Sheriff (back center); and Judge Kim Childers, 36th Judicial Circuit.
Pictured are Dan Smoot, UNITE President/CEO (left); Amanda Arnett, Peer Recovery Coach for Drug Court (front center); Carson Montgomery, Magoffin County Sheriff (back center); and Judge Kim Childers, 36th Judicial Circuit.

Montgomery was joined Friday, January 31, by 36th Judicial Circuit Court Judge Kim Childers, UNITE President/CEO Dan Smoot, and local Drug Court officials as the Hope Wall was set up.

The wall – celebrating a person’s ability to overcome an addiction – will remain on display through Friday morning February 14.

Visitors stop by to read information about those displayed on the UNITE Hope Wall Friday afternoon. Several Magoffin County people are among the approximately 150 individuals featured.
Visitors stop by to read information about those displayed on the UNITE Hope Wall Friday afternoon. Several Magoffin County people are among the approximately 150 individuals featured.

Anyone who has been in recovery for at least 18 months is eligible to be featured on the wall. For more information contact the UNITE office at 606-330-1400 or visit www.operationunite.org

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