Speaking at Monday evening’s fifth Champions Town Hall Meeting, Clayton Arp said 15 to 20 million people currently suffer from addiction in this country.
“We’re barely scratching the surface of need,” Arp said.
Arp spoke about the Teen Challenge and Life Line Connection programs that offer faith-based residential and non-residential rehabilitation services.
“We’re here to serve,” he said. “We’re here to help... together we can do something.”
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