ON-Lion Letter
In November, former President George W. Bush addressed Teen Challenge of Wisconsin's annual banquet at the Frontier Airlines Center in Milwaukee. 

Teen Challenge is an explicitly faith-based organization focused on rehabilitation for drug and alcohol users that helps to change lives.  It has more than 1,000 centers in 90 countries.

During his 40-minute address to about 2,500 attendees, Bush referenced the challenges he overcame with alcohol earlier in his life.  After reading some opening passages from his new autobiography Decision Points about his wife Laura questioning his drinking habits, he said "Anyone can struggle with addiction.  I had to ask, 'Was alcohol becoming my God?'  Quitting drinking was one of the toughest decisions I've ever made."

Milwaukee's Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation supports Teen Challenge of Wisconsin.
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