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About Lyndsay Hartman

A Woman On A Mission with Compassion

Lyndsay started Point to Point as a non for profit organization dedicated to the safety, support, and education of those with an opioid addiction. Please follow one of the links below for more information.


Interview with Lyndsay in the Daily Herald

https://www.dailyherald.com/news/20190408/batavia-womans-outreach-to-drug-addicts-is-gaining-acceptance

Interview with Lyndsay by Annemarie Verweij

www.chicagonow.com/dutch-alien-lands-in-us/2018/06/interview-with-lyndsay-hartman-from-point-to-point-kane-county/


Interview with Lyndsay in the Daily Herald

https://www.dailyherald.com/news/20180423/batavia-woman-provides-clean-needles-naloxone-to-drug-addicts



Contact Lyndsay

Please contact Lyndsay for additional information on services provided by Point to Point Kane County, volunteer opportunities, and donations.

Contact Lyndsay

About Keri Ballweber

Director of Peer Advocacy

Keri is a person in long term recovery from opioid use disorder. She is currently studying to become a Certified Drug and Alcohol Counselor, training as a Peer Recovery Specialist and is committed to bringing harm reduction practices to Kane County and the surrounding areas. In January 2019, she joined Point to Point as the Director of Peer Advocacy. 


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