Continuum of Care Coordinator
Will had a pretty average childhood. He grew up with two loving and compassionate parents that would do anything for him; He was active in the Cub Scouts and played sports. Until, like so many other young peoples’ stories, Will began experimenting with drugs and alcohol. It got bad enough that Will ended up in his first treatment program at age 16.
At age 17, Will found opiates. He tried one pill and was hooked. For 5 years, Will was in and out of jail, rehab, and hospitals until he was finally desperate enough to try something different. Through the 12 steps, Will was able to develop a relationship with a Higher Power strong enough to keep him sober.
“My quality of life today is far more enjoyable than I could have ever imagined, and I want other young men to be able to experience the same freedom I do.”
As continuum of care coordinator I work with all parties involved to develop an aftercare plan for each individual before the leave our direct care. After leaving our care I continue to follow up with Alumni, and organize events for all of them to get together and enjoy the fellowship that they have created out of their new found freedom.