Client Stories of Hope

 

Davetta

Davetta

She tried inpatient rehab, but admittedly wasn’t ready to get clean. “I thought I was, but I was still fighting it. I didn’t want to follow their rules.”
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Gabby

Gaby

Her liver was failing and her body was shutting down. Prescription medications, alcohol and heroin were in control of her destiny. It was all her own doing, but she didn’t want to die.
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Leon

Leon

He was put in jail for something he didn’t do.

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Ruben

Ruben

Alcohol has been a part of his family’s culture for as long as he can remember.

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Krystal

Krystal

Eight years ago, Krystal lost her mother to cancer. Krystal was only 17 and already struggling with anxiety. Her mother’s death was the final blow.
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Shonnel

Shonnel

Shonnel started using drugs after he was injured and needed surgery. As a result of his medical condition, he was introduced to hydrocodone and that began his slide on the slippery slope of addiction.
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Julia

Julia: Motivated to stay clean

Julia was 16 when she started using drugs and 20 when she turned to PCP. Her addiction nearly cost Julia her memory and her family.
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Lycurgus

Lycurgus: It’s never too late

Lycurgus has been addicted to cocaine for more than 34 years. In that time, he’s been to prison twice and lost jobs, homes, even his relationship with his parents.
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Charity

Charity: Overcoming a lifetime of abuse

Charity has been a victim of physical and drug abuse her entire life. She had marijuana smoke blown in her face when she was a toddler, and she was given drinks of alcohol as early as age 3.
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Donna

Donna: Getting clean and paying it forward

For Donna, the best part about being clean is being a good mother, daughter and wife. That hasn’t always been the case.
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Sherri and Todd

Sherri and Todd: Saved by a strong belief in
themselves and their family

For Todd, drinking was a family tradition. He got his first beer from his dad when he was 8. Sherri had tried cocaine, marijuana, crack, LSD and speed by the time she was 16.
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Kathy

Kathy: Dancing on the edge

Kathy dropped out of high school when she was 16, got married, got pregnant while she was on meth and gave birth to a son with Tourette Syndrome because of it.
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Tony

Tony: Losing hope and his family, and finding them both again

There are no stereotypical meth users. Tony has multiple college degrees and is an accomplished chef, and yet he almost lost everything, including his life.
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Valda

Valda: Driven by an inner faith

Valda’s faith and quiet confidence create a glow about her. One would never know that her life has been full of the kinds of hardships that many of us can’t begin to imagine.
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Charles

Charles: Rebuilding a life after prison

It was raining the night Charles lost his life. He didn’t die, but part of him wished he had, for he would spend the next 15 years in prison.
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