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'I could be dead in a ditch, in jail or an institution'

Former meth user explains how he got his life back

CAROL SANDERS/WINNIPEG FREE PRESS</p><p>Addictions advocate Troy Draper, 34, hasn’t used crystal meth since Jan 25, 2017. The Winnipeg man is proof that meth addicts can recover if support is available. Troy Draper (centre) with his friend and home share mentor Matt Harder (left), and psychiatric nurse and clinician Shannon Morley (right).</p></p>

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Addictions advocate Troy Draper, 34, hasn’t used crystal meth since Jan 25, 2017. The Winnipeg man is proof that meth addicts can recover if support is available. Troy Draper (centre) with his friend and home share mentor Matt Harder (left), and psychiatric nurse and clinician Shannon Morley (right).

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