Substance abuse recovery center opens in Medina - MedinaGazette
LAWRENCE PANTAGES / GAZETTE
Rob Brandt, president of the nonprofit drug abuse awareness group Robby's Voice, addresses more than 250 people who crowded into the former Medina Steak & Seafood restaurant Monday for the opening of Robby's, a recovery center. The refurbished building is being rented for two years through a $300,000 grant from the state of Ohio for the program. On the far right from the bottom are Brandt's cihldren, son Nolan and daughter Jaclyn, who are twins, and wife Carla. The Brandts' oldest son, Robby, died in 2011 of a heroin overdose.

LAWRENCE PANTAGES / GAZETTE
Rob Brandt, president of the nonprofit drug abuse awareness group Robby's Voice, addresses more than 250 people who crowded into the former Medina Steak & Seafood restaurant Monday for the opening of Robby's, a recovery center. The refurbished building is being rented for two years through a $300,000 grant from the state of Ohio for the program. On the far right from the bottom are Brandt's cihldren, son Nolan and daughter Jaclyn, who are twins, and wife Carla. The Brandts' oldest son, Robby, died in 2011 of a heroin overdose.