We’re all impacted by addiction. This is the reality of our times. But along with this reality comes another. We are all impacted by recovery, too. Each person with their own stories, their own experiences, their own journeys.
FOR THE PARENT
who’s no longer consumed by worry.
FOR THE SPOUSE
who feels that spark coming back to life again.
FOR THE SON
who’s no longer living life without a father.
Recovery can and does happen.
And it’s a beautiful sight to see.
AS MANY TIMES AS IT TAKES
At Healing Transitions, we’re all about freedom and dignity. We’re here for all people, under the influence or not, and regardless of readiness for change. And we’ll never turn anyone away no matter how long or how many times it takes. Because recovery can and does happen. We see it every day.
But this uncompromising standard comes with it’s own challenges.
This year, it means a 24% increase in demand.
Yet again, the reality of this past year is this: demand for our services continues to far outpace our supply. We’ve grown significantly with no additional space or staff. This pace is unsustainable but our only alternative is to turn people away. And remember, we will not do this, which is why we need your help.
YOUR GIFT SAVES LIVES
Here’s what we’re asking. This month, will you help us finish the year strong and cover the additional expenses we’ve incurred? Since demand for our services has grown by 24% this year, we’ve set our December goal 24% higher than last year’s December goal. And the only way we’re going to get there is with your generous support.
Play a critical role in someone’s journey to recover today!
I was 19 years old the first time I went to rehab. It came after failing out of college for a second time because I chose to drink instead of go to class. This downward spiral led me to opiates and eventually heroin. When I finally went to rehab, I did so voluntarily – nobody forced me. I tried rehab multiple times but couldn’t stay sober. When I first found Healing Transitions, although I still struggled to stay clean initially, I eventually rounded the corner. It wasn’t until I had a conversation with my mentor in the program and realized he had a very similar life story as me, that I had my moment of clarity. That was when I saw hope for the very first time.