1 Helping the addicted

Jason Paris conducts an assessment in the Grand Haven office of Ottagan Addictions Recovery.

People battling addictions have had increasing problems throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, putting a bigger load on organizations that already are maxed out trying to help.

“Our phones have been ringing off the hook,” said Ottagan Addictions Recovery (O.A.R.) Executive Director David Teater. “We’ve got waiting lists for all of our programs.”

You may contact Becky Vargo at bvargo@grandhaventribune.com.

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