Mom Starts Burnaby Group for People Who’ve Lost Loved Ones to Drugs
Submission Date: February 10, 2015
Attributing Author: Jennifer Moreau
Source: Burnaby Now
The retired Port Moody resident is now starting a new chapter of GRASP.
ennifer Woodside has already been through the worst day of her life. It was April 4, 2014, when her 21-year-old son, Dylan, went to sleep and never woke up.
“Nothing can be worse than that day I went through,” Woodside said.
Dylan, a young art student, had developed a taste for ketamine, a drug somewhat popular on the club scene. He was on and off it for about eight months and managed to get through detox, but as Woodside tells it, he did it one more time.