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Don’t do drugs because life is beautiful and your life is very important

Hello community, my name is Danielle Ingabrand. I have lived in Henry County all my life. I am 26 years old and currently incarcerated at Western Kentucky Correctional Complex. I am writing this letter to my community to let everyone know the importance of getting off of drugs and alcohol. Today I am in the SAP program here at the prison. At one time, I ws very addicted to drugs and alcohol. I made some very bad choices in my life that lead to my incarceration. I almost lost my life more than once. Due to drugs and alcohol I lost everything I once had. I was charged and convicted of complicity to robbery, 2nd degree. This was the outcome of my drug and alcohol abuse.

God sat me down to show me once again how precious life really is. I am reaching out to my community and sharing my story in hopes if I can help change the course of even one person’s life, then I’ve accomplished my goal. When I return to Henry County, I have another goal – that is to be sober, be responsible and raise my daughter. My family has never given up on me; that I’m grateful for. I am also blessed to have a second chance at life. I pray that if you are reading this and you’re an addict, seek the help you need and save your life!

Quote: “Life is 10 percent what happens to you and 90 percent how you react to it.”

Danielle Ingabrand