Remembering Trey Duncan

Sun October 4 - Wed October 28 Virginia Beach, VA 23452 US

Spend 24 days or 24 miles Remembering Trey and help break the stigma of addiction.  In honor of Trey’s 24th birthday on October 4th, we wanted to create an event to remember Trey and raise funds in his name for McShin Foundation.  During the month of October we are asking you to spend 24 days running, biking, meditating….  whatever brings you joy.  Completion for this challenge happens when you have completed 24 miles.  Please join the Facebook page “Remembering Trey”.  From October 4th through the 28th we will post a memory of Trey or information regarding Substance Abuse Disorder.  For those of you who are local to Va. Beach there will be a kick off event on October 4th.  See the Facebook group for more details.

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On December 3, 2019, Trey lost his life to an accidental overdose – an immeasurable loss to his family and everyone who loved him. Though he struggled with addiction, we know that his struggle with this disease will never define how he lived his live. Trey always went all-in when pursuing his passions. From a lifelong love for sports, including a prolific youth baseball career, to teaching himself how to play – and shred – the guitar like his hero, Slash, Trey lived his life to the fullest. We never imagined that Trey would become a victim of this horrible disease. While we struggle deeply with our loss, we were there for him and did everything we could to help. We are so proud of the maturity and wisdom he showed in seeking and accepting the help that he needed. Even through the hard times, he let us know every day how much he loved us, and we did the same. 

Founded in 2004, The McShin Foundation is Virginia's leading non-profit, full-service Recovery Community Organization (RCO), committed to serving individuals and families in their fight against Substance Use Disorders. While providing the tools for recovering individuals to create positive lifestyles, we aim to spread the word of recovery and educate families, communities, and government regarding SUDs as well as reduce the stigma attached to them.

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