June 29, 2010
I came to Prop 36 at NCADD after several decades of use, abuse, and addiction to alcohol and drugs. I had no life, no hope, and no future that I could see. Through the Prop 36 program and the patience and compassion of the counselors and staff at NCADD I not only acquired the tools to stay clean and sober but hope for a life of service helping others. The guidance and inspiration the counselors provided along with their encouragement enabled me to become a nationally and state certified alcohol and drug counselor, become certified to work in mental health, obtain an Associate Degree in Community Studies, and launched me on a promising career in social services working with the homeless population. Thank you NCADD.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
Every day of my life for the past six years.
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About every six months
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