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Family Navigator program charts Clark County woman’s path to recovery

Clark County woman seeks help, gets sober, regains custody of children

By Nika Bartoo-Smith, Columbian staff reporter
Published: December 9, 2022, 6:04am
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Rachel Grant, left, a family navigator, and Rebecca Greiner, a senior family navigator, pose for a portrait at Recovery Caf? of Clark County.
Rachel Grant, left, a family navigator, and Rebecca Greiner, a senior family navigator, pose for a portrait at Recovery Caf? of Clark County. (Elayna Yussen for The Columbian) Photo Gallery

Last year, Child Protective Services responded to a call at Rachel Grant’s house after her husband found 3 ounces of methamphetamines she had intended to sell. Her urine test came back positive, and by Aug. 2 Child Protective Services had taken custody of her children.

By Aug. 11, Grant was sober, and she has remained so ever since.

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