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Patti O’Malley survived an addiction to opioids, but her son did not. After she lost her son in 2012, the Abilene, Kansas, resident decided to open her home to other women with addiction problems who needed a place to stay after completing a rehabilitation regimen. Her house became Cedar House, a six-bed facility serving the community. Today Cedar House also has a food bank and a farm with a greenhouse.
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