Dr. Nick Goeders, head of Pharmacology, Toxicology and Neuroscience at LSU health, is also the founder of Loving Solutions, a re-entry home for women addicted to methamphetamine. Goeders talks with 101.7 / 710 KEEL's Robert J Wright about the home's possibly opening as soon as May.

Goeders explains to KEEL listeners that the purpose of Loving Solutions is "to provide a safe and loving environment where women healing from the effects of crystal meth in the Shreveport, LA region can learn the life skills that they need to lead happy, healthy, and productive lives in the Love of Jesus Christ."

"It's more than a home, it's a ministry," Goeders says of Loving Solutions, which is now fully furnished and ready to take in the first group of recovering women, which could be as early as May.

To find out more about Dr. Nick Goeders and his Loving Solutions project, including information about upcoming fundraisers and how you can help, JUST CLICK HERE!

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