Recovery Advocacy & Public Speaking

Hannah is available to speak to groups of teenagers, parents, and adults, offering a message of hope, second chances, and the ability to “come back” after struggling addictions and compulsions of all kinds.  Her story is one of personal humility and humor, and credits the courageous act of raising the white flag of surrender and admitting being over her head as her only method out of “the mud”.

Hannah Kirkpatrick

Hannah Kirkpatrick

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Hannah-Recovery-Speaker-Bio.PDF

Hannah-Recovery-Speaker-Bio

2 Responses to Recovery Advocacy & Public Speaking

  1. Kathy says:

    I am a recovering alcoholic for 6 years. My story is similar to yours and I would love to have the opportunity to meet with you and see if we could work together on a plan to bring more awareness to Bennington County and other Counties….
    I am fortunate to have a son who is 18 never tried it and surrounds himself with people alike. His senior class of 2013 at Arlington Memorial High School in Arlington, VT is a prime example as to what life can be like substance free. His class of 24 graduates are like a big family, they look out for each other. There biggest fun times are fishing, bonfires, bowling, etc. all without alcohol or drugs.
    I stumbled upon your page today because I am so appalled about this article in the Bennington Banner and how the editor asks “what would you do to address the problem of impaired driving”…..
    Teen who crashed into two Bennington houses arraigned
    http://www.benningtonbanner.com

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