Aaron’s House helped with my recovery because it gives me the tools that I need to succeed and thrive in a college setting.
Grace House is unconditional love in a community.
Grace House is home.
This house is a blessing.
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 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.
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 Grace House I feel safe; I feel hopeful.
Living at Grace House, my family knows I’m striving for a better future.
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.