Peer Support Coordinator
“The reason I want to become a Hope Ambassador is to honor my word.
I promised myself if I could get sober that I would carry that message to others, as well. I have been given a second chance as a daughter, mother, sister, employee and student in recovery and I just want to share with others that there is an amazing life after addiction.”
“To encourage others that it is possible to make it out of addiction even when it seems impossible.
I want to be able to be that light in somebody’s darkness and be that hope that they need and to show others that God still performs miracles. If I can do it; anyone can do it.”
“I think it’s important to share hope for others that are struggling.
Having lived a life that was hopeless while in active addiction, hope from others is the only reason I continued to press forward. I just want to be able to help someone, no matter in which way.”
“I have a strong passion for helping & seeing addicts just like myself change their lives.
Coming from no hope, faith, or self-love.”
Youth Activities Manager,
“Recovery is more meaningful than my own life.
My recovery is possible because of the people God put in my life. Now, every day, I am given an opportunity to speak into the lives of others and show them, through my story, what is possible.”
Clinical Intake Assessor
“When you look at your life and feel at peace because the changes you’ve made, that’s recovery!
The road to recovery will not always be easy, but it is always worth it.”