A New Vision of Patient Care

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WILLIAM GLOVER-BEY, 61, of West Baltimore, started selling drugs at 13, began using soon after, and ended up spending more than 15 years incarcerated at different times. Only after joining Narcotics Anonymous in his 50s was he able to stay clean. But the prison record and spotty work history made it tough for him to find a job.

“It’s absolutely devastating to not know how to get back employed,” he says.