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Hope, Not Handcuffs: Helping Those Who are Seeking Help

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Hope, Not Handcuffs: Helping Those Who are Seeking Help

Hope Not Handcuffs is an initiative started by Families Against Narcotics (FAN), aimed at bringing law enforcement and community organizations together in an effort to find viable treatment options for individuals seeking help to reduce dependency with heroin, prescription drugs, and alcohol. It is a solution.

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Assistant Chief Daniel Rodriguez is a 25 year veteran of the Farmington Hills Police Department.

"I started my career as a Police Cadet and worked my way up the ranks.  I was a Patrol Officer, Narcotics Investigator, Sergeant in the Patrol Division including an assignment as the supervisor in charge of the Directed Patrol Unit.  I was a Lieutenant in Patrol and the Administrative Bureau before I was promoted to Commander and later Assistant Chief in charge of the Operations Bureau.  I oversee all of the day to day work that officers perform in Patrol, Traffic and Investigations.  Some of the most notable assignments I had were with the South Oakland Narcotics Consortium or SONIC and I was assigned to the Drug Enforcement Administration as a Task Force Officer."


About :

Elaine M. Grohman has been working in the field of Energy Medicine for nearly 20 years. The experiences of her own Life brought her to delve into the Mystery of our Spirit, Body, Emotions and Mind, and through that search she has sought to help others appreciate their own Life in a greater way. Elaine works with people in the medical fields, as well as having a private practice. She is the author of two books, "The Angels and Me - Experiences of Receiving and Sharing Divine Communication," and "Spirit Awakening - Wisdom for Life and Living." As an Intuitive, Elaine helps others to look beyond the wounds they use to define themselves, so that new and perhaps greater understanding can become known. Through this, we can begin to Heal our World - And Ourselves.

Photos by Laurie Tennent