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Joshuas Dream Foundation Inc

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Causes: Mental Health, Substance Abuse Treatment

Mission: The mission of Joshua's Dream Foundation is to provide Faith-based residential recovery services to the chemically dependant through a holistic approach which focuses on five core components including Spiritual Development, Vocational Skill Development, Educational Attainment, Social and Familial Healing, and Relapse Prevention Education within a safe nurturing environment.

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My name is Jacqueline Hare (Formally known as Jacqueline Hutton) and both my husband at the time and I were residents at Joshua's Dream Foundation. We encountered two times the heart ache of drug addiction, because we were both at rock bottom. We were addicted to oxycontin, a prescribed pain killer. Without even realizing what had happened, that small pill took everything that we had worked for. Our home, cars, and most importantly our daughter. We checked into Joshua's Dream the same day and left on the same day as well. I am not able to say that our marriage lasted because of the situation that I was ready to change my life and he was not, but I made a bold move and divorced my husband whom I married at 15 years old. He is currently in jail, where he has been for over five years now due to his addiction. Me, I am almost finished with College, graduating with my nursing degree. I have married again, and have since had a son with my new husband. I am also currently going to court to gain custody of my daughter back. I am proud to say that I am drug free and Joshua's Dream Foundation had a huge hand in that. I want to thank everyone that had a part in their services. Although tough at times, I made it 8 monthes at the facility and would love to visit again sometime if it is still open. I was one of those residents that went to the courthouse for funding, when it made the front page on the local newspaper. I still back up the words I spoke then. With God in your life all things are possible. Thank you everyone who ever prayed one time for me. It was greatly appreciated. Oh and by the way I would not be able to say that I am about to graduate College without Joshua's Dream. It was there that I earned my GED and even got to graduate at the local Community College where Donnie and Jeff arranged for me to go. THANK YOU, I CAN BREATH AGAIN.