Addiction doesn’t have to be a life sentence. This powerful video testimonial takes a first hand account of the life transforming experience Frontline Foundations has had on young men and women. CLICK TO WATCH CLIENT TESTIMONY
Frontline Foundation’s Hooked on Art – Live Street Art Festival attracted thousands on Saturday, September 28, 2013 with a message of hope and recovery from addiction. The Festival held at Thomas Centennial Park in Downtown Chesterton highlighted live street art, unique shopping opportunities, and music. The event served its purpose: Porter County is talking about… [Continue Reading]
Porter County Coroner Chuck Harris made this sobering statement in his 2012 annual coroner’s report: “I really hope people realize that we have one drug-related death a week in Porter County.” This figure seems at odds with the largely rural image of Porter County, with its close proximity to Chicago and relative economic prosperity. Yet… [Continue Reading]
Dancing with Marilyn Monroe, calling John F. Kennedy your uncle and having your father a member of the Rat Pack may sound like a dream come true, but for a time Christopher Kennedy Lawford was living a nightmare. “I came from a life of money and privilege,” says Lawford, “but for too many years I… [Continue Reading]
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