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(left to right) Chasity Sabala (cq), 24, holds her four-month-old daughter Nevaeh Sabala as Julie Miller director of the women's treatment center at the Colorado Health Sciences Center ARTS (Addiction Research and Treatment Services) located at 3762 W. Princeton Circle in Sheridan, Colo., Wednesday morning Feb. 8, 2006, gives Colorado governor Bill Owens a tour of the Haven Moms Home at the facility. Sabala was sentenced to two years at the center for a cocaine addiction and is one of 26 young mothers at the Haven Mother's House, a facility that provides a safe therapeutic community for pregnant women and their infants where women can recover from addictions and go on to deliver healthy, drug-free infants. Owens was accompanied by U.S. Drug Czar John Walters, Denver District Attorney Mitch Morrissey and Colorado Attorney General John Suthers (all not pictured). (EVAN SEMON/ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS) *********** Chasity Sabala, Nevaeh Sabala, Julie Miller, Bill Owens

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