Helping those in recovery find a safe place to go

­CONNECTING CALLERS: ­Marissa Rodriguez, left, and Matt Latondresse volunteer at Behavioral Health Link, a 24-hour call center in East Providence that connects people seeking substance use treatment programs. PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
Donna “Dee Dee” Williams works with people trying to stay off drugs and maintain a sober life. Her work revolves around coordinating services, including finding them available spots in recovery houses, where they can break away from old patterns and give themselves time to get healthy and back on their feet. Although Williams gets her…

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