Paul Deane had hit bottom. He was addicted to heroin, had just lost his wife after she overdosed and was struggling to be a father to their four sons. The Weymouth man says he drove his life into the ground and shares how therapists at a Quincy non profit helped him put the pieces back together. Interfaith Social Services is many things to many people and houses the largest food pantry on Boston's South Shore. Executive Director Rick Doane explains why hunger and struggles with mental health are inextricably entwined and how the public can help.