"Seeing the chaos get worse and worse I knew that I had to change." —Dustin
Dustin is an advocate against the "War on Drugs" and is helping the addiction community fight against the horrible stigma associated with all forms of addiction.
"A Walk In His Shoes" is Dustin's first publication. The book details Dustin's decade-long battle with heroin and is authored by Dustin and his father. / http://www.amazon.com/Walk-In-His-Shoes-addiction/dp/1517768721
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