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.
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.
If Aaron were here today I would just tell him ‘thank you’ and that he’s changed my life and a lot of other guys lives.
Aaron’s House … allowed me to graduate from college, secure a job, and it provides me the peer support that I need for my recovery.
Grace House is home.
Aaron’s House helped with my recovery because it gives me the tools that I need to succeed and thrive in a college setting.
Aaron’s House gave us the opportunity to have our son back.
Grace House is unconditional love in a community.
Grace House is a place where people can trust that their loved ones are being cared for and that they’re safe.