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    Waterville Police Deputy Chief Bill Bonney, left, and Chief Joe Massey speak beside a display of opiate drugs and increase of use statistics during a press conference Nov. 16 when authorities announced a new Operation HOPE program that aims to help drug addicts get treatment. Volunteer "angels" will soon meet with program participants to help them find treatment and recover.

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    Laurie Brown, whose son is a drug addict and currently incarcerated, wants families of those who are addicted to know they can reach out to others for help.

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    Bill Lessa, a former drug addict, wants to help addicts find a balanced life and identify goals.

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    Eleanor Trask, who has been sober for more than a year, lives with the memories of losing friends to drug overdoses.

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