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FOR LAKE'S SAKE

CONNECTING YOUTH TO RECOVERY

OUR ORIGIN

FOR LAKE'S SAKE

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For Lakes Sake was inspired by the death of Lake Disinger - a teen boy whose life was cut short due to a fentanyl poisoning. This non-profit meets the needs in our community for youth to have a way to be educated about todays laced drugs and the extreme movements behind the fentanyl epidemic.

RESOURCES

Our primary purpose is to save lives and bring those going into and coming out of recovery to have a place for a safe community and receive services that may not be found elsewhere.

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SERVICES

WHAT WE OFFER

We are an organization that helps to bridge gaps for youth seeking recovery from something. we provide awareness, education, products and services to Bring Fentanyl And Drug Education To Teens And Young Adults. We offer resources that bring awareness, harm reduction education, and programs for mental health disorders and/or substance use disorders that can be customized to each individual along with customized wellness plans to aid in a more holistic approach in recovery

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ADA DISINGER, RECOVERY COACH

OUR CREDIBILITY & CERTIFICATIONS

Certified Addiction Peer Recovery Coach

Previous Positions as a Youth Leader and Missionary

Experience in Discipleship Ministry, Church Planting & Structuring

Certified Addiction Peer Recovery Coach Specialist-CAPRC II

Mental Health First Aider- MHFA

CRAFT Community Reinforcement and Family Training Facilitator

PreVenture Licensed Level 1 Facilitator

Layperson Naloxone Administration Trainer

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KIERAN EVAHLIA

"for lake's sakes gave me the opportunity to learn more about fentanyl after losing my best friend Alysa Meyer to it. I’ve also gotten the opportunity to speak my voice to the youth and share alysa’s testimony with the support of the organization."
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