April 23, 2013
I entered the Beacon House as a resident in 1997 at 47 years old. I was literally a dying man due to drug and alcohol addiction for over 30 years of my life. The Beacon House challenged me to do the work of recovery, nurtured me throughout the process, motivated me to help others, and inspired me to live a purpose driven life. I continue to visit the Beacon House frequently and am avidly inolved with The Beacon House Alumin Association as many alumni are, as well. I am blessed to be employed as a counselor and grateful to have the opportunity to THANK THE BEACON HOUSE for being here and changing lives, helping the community, and changing my life.
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