Aaron’s House helped with my recovery because it gives me the tools that I need to succeed and thrive in a college setting.
Without Aaron’s House, I definitely wouldn’t be in school, I wouldn’t be living on my own, I don’t think I’d be sober today without Aaron’s House.
Grace House is a place where people can trust that their loved ones are being cared for and that they’re safe.
Grace House has given me a chance to put my life back together. Since I have lived here, I have landed a job that I love, began taking classes at MATC, and most importantly, celebrated one year clean.
My family knows that I’m protected here, they know that the people I live with look out for one another; that they’re family.
When I’m at Grace House I feel safe; I feel hopeful.
Living at Grace House, my family knows I’m striving for a better future.
Three years ago we were facing the prospect of losing our son, and when he reached bottom and decided it was time to crawl out, he saved himself – but it wouldn’t have happened without Aaron’s House.
When I’m at Aaron’s House my family knows that I’m in a safe environment; they know that I’m succeeding in the new goals and ambitions that I’ve set out for and they know that I’m in a place that is conducive for success in my new-found sobriety.
Grace House is unconditional love in a community.