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A local business in Lubbock, Marley Meats, goes above and beyond to help its employees who are struggling with an addiction. Dallas Marley, who owns the business, recalls they had an employee who had relapsed but couldn’t find a treatment center willing to help him. So, Dallas gathered his employees and asked them, as a group and a family, if they wanted to throw their hands up and complain about their coworker inconveniencing the workflow, or if they wanted to step up and fight for their brother. Dallas took to Facebook and later said that he’s realized his job is to build strong people who choose recovery. How could anyone refuse to support such a noble mission?

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Sendra Yang received her Doctor of Pharmacy and Master of Business Administration degrees from Wingate University School of Pharmacy. She has experience in the pharmaceutical industry, pharmacy education, and clinical practice. She has also been a medical writer, editor, and reviewer for consumer health and medical content, including materials relating to addiction and rehabilitation.
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Natalie Baker is a freelance writer and a former practicing attorney who enjoys helping other women reach their potential. She also serves as a Co-Editor for the DRI Young Lawyers’ Raising the Bar publication and was the 2019 Marketing Chair for the Women in the Law seminar. Natalie graduated from law school at the University of Texas at Austin, and she earned her MBA from Southwest University.