Butterflies symbolize a new beginning, a new life. That's exactly what Monarch Recovery Services has done for many men and women in our community who are struggling with addiction.
Sherry Fillion says she owes her life to the heroes who work at Monarch Recovery Services.
After the death of her first daughter, Chloe, Sherry turned to drugs to numb the pain.
In hopes of getting her life back, Sherry decided to move from Cobalt, Ont., to Sudbury to enroll in Monarch's recovery program.
Sherry reached out to us to help her say thank you to the people who saved her life.
Watch as we crash a meeting at Monarch Recovery Services to deliver an act of kindness for the staff, as well as deliver a special surprise for Sherry herself.
If you or someone you love is struggling with addiction visit MonarchRecoveryServices.ca for more information on Monarch's recovery programs.
Do you know someone who is deserving of an act of kindness? You can nominate them to be our next recipient by visiting Sudbury.com/AOK.
Make sure to join us on Sudbury.com tomorrow morning as the 12 Days of Kindness continues.
Click here to watch more surprises.