I absolutely loved the change in my sister when she came out of treatment. She was her old bright and bubbly self, and when she spoke so much knowledge came from her. She’s become an inspiration to me and my mom. We’ve watched her go from the very top to the very bottom and battle her way in between each step towards recovery.
I stayed there for an outpatient program and I got the help I didn’t know I needed. I couldn’t stand not knowing where I was heading in the future, but the Village helped me realize my potential. I had been using drugs since I was a teenager, and I finally found hope after years of being lost.
Their treatments have worked wonders for my family’s relationships. My brother had a lot of issues, but when he got back from the treatment center he apologized for everything he had done in the past. I could never forget his crying as he held me and my baby girl in his arms, saying he would never do anything to hurt us again. I never thought I would hear him say sorry for anything, but he did and ever since then we’ve been close.
The Village really opened my eyes about how to see myself in a new light. I struggled with my addiction for years after I was in a bad accident, I had lost every cent I had and resorted to taking from my own children’s mouths. Now I can see them as often as I want, and they don’t have to worry about anything because I’ve got it for them. I do everything in my power for my babies and I thank the Village for giving me strength when I couldn’t get it myself.
Luis R. – 5 stars
I admit that I didn’t want to go to the Village, it sounded too good to be true. I had been to countless other places and I never liked them, I always ended up back in the same spot. I can now say that I’m more focused on the good things in life, and I don’t let my demons get the best of me anymore. I couldn’t have done it without the support and my friends at the Village.