Lane Change of Lebanon helps with addiction recovery

An organization that serves those who have addiction and mental health issues, is reporting a successful first 6 months. Lauren Mitchell with Lane Change spoke to Lebanon City Council this week, sharing some of the successes and challenges of the not for profit organization.


The program also allowed them to get one client into transitional living, but because it’s not available in Lebanon, they had to go outside of the community. Mitchell said they are currently offering training individuals to provide mental health support to adolescents, and adults. Another project that is underway, Lane Change has a plan to distribute Narcan, to prevent overdose death. Lane Change relies solely on donations and grant funds to provide free services to their clients.