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Hope is where the heart is


Senator Jacqui Lambie made news in 2015 when she spoke in parliament about her son's addiction to ice. Dylan Milverton, now 23, has since overcome his addiction by completing the residential rehabilitation program at Teen Challenge QLD and now has a full-time job in construction.

The mother-son duo think it's essential to speak out about the issue of drugs and have shared their story of restoration in an honest and inspiring piece in The Big Issue. A big thank you to Cath Johnsen from The Big Issue for sharing their story and continuing to bring hope to other families.

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