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Beating a meth addiction

LA CROSSE, Wis. (WXOW) -He says it was nothing specific.  No life altering event.  But one day, Jordan Holter began experimenting with drugs.

In 2006, that experimentation included methamphetamine.  He was hooked and it was a dark existence.  But Holter says, you don’t have to stay there.  Through personal determination and help he received through a number of programs, Holter beat the addiction.  He’s been clean four years.

As a result, Holter was among the recipients of the Wisconsin Job Honor Awards.  Those awards recognize people for overcoming obstacles to employment.

Holter credits a lot of people for his recovery including a program at Western Technical College called Project Proven, a program leading to his employment.

If you or someone you know has an addiction, help is available beginning with a visit to www.greatrivers211.org.

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Dave Solie

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