IN ACTION. LISA BRIGHT IS VERY BUSY THESE DAYS RECENTLY ELECTED TO THE TOWN COUNCIL OF TRUSSVILLE A WOMAN BUSINESS WOMAN AND MOTHER OF THREE CHILDREN BIG TWO DAUGHTERS AND A NAMED SON WHO SHE KNOWS TO BE IN Heaven WILL BE OUR BABY AND GROWING CHILD. BUT LIKE A TEEN WILL GET PRESCRIPTION DRUG HOLD IN SCHOOL AND A 10-YEAR RECOVERY CYCLE FROM DRUG ABUSE AND RELAPSES COMPLETED AT 20. SO IN 2012 WILL BE A HEROIN OVERDOSE FROM THIS POINT ON SHE AND HER FAMILY DEDICATE TO HELP OTHERS FIGHT WITH ADDICTION. WE ARE TRYING TO TRANSFORM OUR PAIN INTO OUR GOAL AND HAVE CREATED THE WHEELBRIGHT FOUNDATION, A FOUNDATION THAT SINCE 2014 OFFERS SCHOLARSHIPS FOR TREATMENT PROGRAMS OPERATES THE FAYETTE RESTORATION SPRING CENTER. RECOVER AND TRY TO GET JOBS AND PROVIDE PAINLESS LAW IN CONVENTION TO CHANGE THE COVERAGE OF COMING PAIN SOLUTIONS INSURANCE WILL COVER OPIOIDS BECAUSE THEY ARE VERY INEXPENSIVE BUT WE SENSE OTHER OPTIONS THAT PEOPLE SHOULD BE COVERED BEING ABLE TO USE AMONG NON-ADDICTIVE TOPICAL INJECTIONS AND CHIROPRACTIC CARE BRIGHT SAYS 80% OF HEROIN USERS BEGIN WITH PRESCRIPTION DRUG ABUSE AND I FEEL LIKE ‘IS A GATEWAY TO TURN TO STREET DRUGS, WHICH WILL KILL YOU. EXPERIENCED IN VERY BRIGHT PLANS TO SPEND THIS MOTHER’S DAY REMEMBERING GOOD TIMES WITH HIS SON AND SHARING THE JOYS OF HERE AND NOW WITH HUSBAND’S DAUGHTERS AND LITTLE CHILDREN.
For Lisa Bright, this Sunday will be the eighth Mother’s Day without her son Will. After purchasing prescription drugs from school as a teenager, Will struggled with addiction, recovery and relapse for 10 years before the Trussville family lost their only son to an overdose of 2012 heroine In the video above, WVTM 13’s Jeff Eliasoph explains how The Brights turned their pain into a goal by dedicating their lives to helping others struggling with addiction. Follow Jeff Eliasoph on Facebook and Twitter! Learn more about the Will Bright Foundation here.RESOURCES FOR ADDICTIONRecovery Organization of Support SpecialistsAddiction Prevention CoalitionThe Moore Institute
For Lisa Bright, this Sunday will be the eighth Mother’s Day without her son Will. After getting prescription drugs in school as a teenager, Will struggled with addiction, recovery and relapse for 10 years before the Trussville family lost their only son to a heroin overdose in 2012.
In the video above, Jeff Eliasoph of WVTM 13 explains how the Brights turned their pain into a goal by dedicating their lives to helping others struggling with addictions.