Oregon moms call on state to improve resources for battling addiction

A group of moms gathered peacefully and rallied outside Gov. Kate Brown’s house in Portland on Mother’s Day to demand the state address the ongoing opioid crisis.

PORTLAND, Ore. — In Southeast Portland at Woodstock Park, a group of moms spent Mother’s Day demanding action from the state of Oregon. They want the state to do more for their children and others who suffer from addiction.

A group of about 30 people from Oregon Moms for Addiction Recovery gathered along Southeast Steele Street on the edge of Woodstock Park and held signs with phrases like, “recovery is possible” and “fight like a mother.”

“We’re tired

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