On February 16th, come out to Salisbury Country club for the 2nd annual “A Night for Scott.” It honors Scott Zebrowski, who lost his battle with addiction two years ago.
The McShin Foundation is officially established at the Rappahannock-Shenandoah-Warren Regional Jail
McShin opened two new houses this year in Chesterfield meant to help recovering addicts.
The Rappahannock-Shenandoah-Warren Regional Jail could soon have another tool to help inmates recover from addiction.
Letters to the Editor, September 17, 2018
The McShin Foundation will host a free concert featuring the Matt Butler Foundation Tour.
Healing Families and Saving Lives
How does Marta demonstrate the spirit of the “Help Somebody Hall of Fame”?
The McShin Foundation hosts its annual Independence Day.
Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring and other local leaders join Richmond announcement event
Represents a life lost to addiction in Virginia.
The recovering alcoholic hopes to give back to folks struggling to overcome addictions.
Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA) is pushing for a potential new tool to help with the opioid crisis.
“I’m blessed, I can’t even put into words how happy I am,” Jesse says. “I love it.”
Proposed 14-bed addiction recovery center in downtown to listen, learn and offer silent support.
“McShin seems to cost less and has a pretty good track record of helping people out,” Duggan said
People gather for a Warrenton vigil in 2016 to remember those who died of drug overdoses.
Each cross represents a Virginian lost to substance abuse in 2016.
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