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Our Team

Shannon Beaulieu

One of the founders of Another Day Harm Reduction Shannon Beaulieu began high school as an athlete & straight-A student. As an IV user, she was 18 when she fell prey to the opioid epidemic. By the age of 23, she had been successful in her sobriety, & she now devotes her time to advocating for harm reduction & real solutions to the current homelessness & opioid epidemic. She holds the title of CRSW & takes great pride in her work with the homeless.

Executive Director



Max Graves

Max Graves






Sierra Evans

Sierra Evans, who serves as Vice President, is also in charge of marketing management & social media. Shortly before their daughter Hope was born, Sierra's partner Kyle tragically lost his life unexpectedly from a heart problem. Sierra is determined to embrace a new outlook on life & committed herself to minimize the negative effects of the opioid crisis while maintaining her own recovery.

Vice President



Annastasia Rose Beal

Annastasia Rose Beal joined ADHR in the early stages as a consultant & harm reduction liaison but quickly took on a leading role alongside other founding members by sharing her expertise in the harm reduction field. Annastasia founded another 501(c)3 nonprofit called Harm Reduction Circle & used her expertise from the west coast-based organization to help get ADHR off the ground.

Chief Operating Officer



Jaime Young

Our Executive Coordinator, Jaime Young was saved by harm reduction when they were administered 2 x doses of Narcan at the age of 20 years old. Unfortunately, their partner at the time wasn’t able to be revived which is what drives their passion for harm reduction. Jaime says “I’ve learned that while you can’t save anybody or make them quit using, you can give them the tools to reduce harm to themselves as much as possible while they’re still using.”

Executive Coordinator



Tonja Catron

Tonja Catron is a Wife, Mom, Grandma, AoD Therapist, Harm Reduction Ohio chapter director for Miami County, student at IWS studying BSW, person in long term recovery, PWUD, & objector to the war on drugs! Check out her TikTik with over 20k followers


Advisor to the Board



Joe Bengle

"If you fail, never give up becasue F.A.I.L. means First Attemp In Learning; End is not the end, in fact E.N.D. means Effort Never Dies; If you get No as an answer, remember N.O. means Next Opportunity."


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