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Recovery Living gave me the opportunity to open doors that I needed to open.  I was able to really prove to my loved ones that I was 

serious about recovery this time and that I COULD do this.  Though I wasn't in the home for a long time, I still feel this was what I needed to start my journey. 

            - Garth Leslie (2 weeks)

Recovery Living has helped me because of the structured living. 

This helps me a lot knowing that I have a roof over my head, and helps  me out that I am held accountable for chores and drug screening. 

            - Leroy Koepnick 

                (8 months and counting)


#1. I am learning how to love others and myself

#2. People trust me again and I actually value my life today even when I have a bad day. 

#3. My life has improved a great deal along with my physical and mental being and I am working again, which after my overdose I did not think this would be possible. I love sharing where I am today and how I got here. 

            - John Beneke ( in home 6 weeks) 

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When I went to jail, I lost absolutely everything.  When I was released, I went to Connexion Point Women's Recovery Living House. This gave me a safe and secure environment to help me distance myself from negative people, places and things.  I was fortunate enough to have a sponsor for my housing fees and I am grateful to have been able to start my recovery there. 

            - Ashley Allan  (7 weeks)

Leroy's  Story 


Recovery Living helped me when no one else would.  It was a safe place to go and made me feel secure.

            - Anthony Blowers  

Cody's Story 


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