The NJ PBS digital documentary series “21” examines a simple question: Does where you live in the state affect how you live? The “21” series profiles one person in each of New Jersey’s 21 counties and looks at the social determinants that affect that person’s life.
The latest film profiles Mercer County’s Stacey Ross, a woman who struggled much of her life with addiction, but has since recovered and now uses her personal experience to help those who they fight the same disease. Ross is a Certified Peer Recovery Specialist for the Mercer Council, and spends her days working with those in need around Trenton.
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Source: Series ’21’: A profile of Stacey Ross and her work against addiction | video