Effective Compassion | An Indianapolis furniture shop is a place of healing and job skills training for former addicts
by Russ Pulliam
Posted 8/30/18, 11:29 am
Jesse Slaugh sees his time behind bars in Indiana as one of the best events of his 42-year-old life.
He wound up free of opioid abuse, with a new outlook on life and a job building handcrafted furniture.
These days he works at a small business, Purposeful Design, which makes custom furniture and offers work for formerly homeless men who have been through rehab at an Indianapolis rescue mission. Purposeful Design assumes that Christian faith and work opportunity are as vital for the opioid crisis as a top-notch medical response.