Heroin Addict Who Spent Half His Adult Life In Prison Graduates College with Honors - Joseph Valadez

Heroin Addict Graduates College at 62 Years-Old: Joseph Valadez Starting at an early age, Joseph was placed on a path of violence and substance abuse that eventually led him to heroin addiction. Committing crimes to get money for his next fix, he ended up spending nearly half his adult life in prison. After turning it all around at The Salvation Army, Joseph kicked his addiction and, after realizing there were other opportunities available to him, even graduating from college at the age of 62!

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