BEAVER DAM | The Stop Heroin Rally offered an opportunity for those who have been affected by heroin to gather together, share their experiences, and provide resources for those still struggling with addiction. Organizers said that the rally had the biggest turnout of any event they’ve held in the state.
The event took place on Saturday at Tower Lanes in Beaver Dam and several hundred people were in attendance. The goal of the rally was to remove the stigma associated with heroin and aid those in need of recovery find the necessary resources to start their journey.
Nadine Machkovech, a former heroin addict and current certified recovery coach and Youth Outreach Director with Rise Together, shared her story with the crowd.