To all those who make up the A Way Out organization,
I cannot express the tremendous gratitude I have for your organization. In-patient treatment showed me some of the most resilient and intelligent people of my life – addicts, alcoholics and the ever-so-gracious members of the staff who have given so much of their time to be sure “I got it”. I learned the value of the 12-step program and the value of friendship. I live in search of spirituality through the practices of Alcoholics/Narcotics Anonymous.
I have yet to recall a time I have ever felt so hones with myself or in-tune with my higher power. But most important of all, I have hope for the future and faith in my sanity being restored and my brain healing.
It is thanks to you all that I am alive today and am so inspired to help others who continue to suffer in the isolated confines of addiction.
I have been sober almost a year now, which is nothing short of a miracle. I haven’t been totally clean since 12 years old. I know that I am powerless over drugs and alcohol and that my work towards recovery and staying clean is sober is a daily task. I am starting to help others who are suffering and I realize that I can only keep what I give away.
My family, friends and I sincerely thank you,