So SAD –

Jan. 17, 2020 – For Mikel Peterson, Jan. 11 was supposed be a chance at a better life. Since he was a teenager in Billings, Peterson, 35, had struggled with addiction. Within the last few months his older sister Stacie Peterson said she noticed a change in her younger brother, as he talked with increasing seriousness about his desire to get into a sober living home.

The chance came for him to move into one in Billings. Peterson had been sober “for some time,” but he felt this was the extra push he needed to stay that way, his mother Sue Alexander Pruitt said.

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