Lucy Hall-Gainer is the founder and chief executive officer of Mary Hall Freedom House. Lucy came from a family that battled the cycle of generational addiction; her mother died of alcoholism when Lucy was six years old and left seven children, some of whom later lost their lives to substance abuse. Lucy began walking the same path as her mother and abused drugs and alcohol for 10 years. Lucy has dedicated herself to stopping the disease that killed her mother, brothers, aunts and almost took her own life. Lucy attended State University of Brockport and Schenectady College and graduated with a degree in Human Services. She took a job as a resident counselor for a nonprofit organization, working with children who were wards of the state. Today, Lucy’s dream is a reality with Mary Hall Freedom House, named in memory of her mother.More
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