RALEIGH, N.C. -- Running is one of the ways Charlie Engle worked to stay sober from drugs and alcohol. This year he's running to help others battle drug abuse.
- Engle is celebrating his 26th year of sobriety
- Joined by members of Healing Transitions
- Running on the campus of Dorthea Dix until 10 a.m. Monday morning.
Engle, along with dozens of others from Healing Transitions, are running on the campus of Dorthea Dix until 10 a.m. Monday morning.
Engle is also celebrating his 26th year of sobriety. Now he is a marathoner and author.
"I have no idea what the answer is to stop the opioid crisis," stated Engle. "However, I do know places like Healing Transitions make all the difference."