“[At Hope In The Mountains] I learned about relapse prevention, self-worth, spirituality, and basic life skills. At the age of 29 I was spiritually, emotionally, and physically bankrupt.

I needed a place to help me understand the disease of addiction, a place where I could heal and deal with my past, and a place that would teach me and show me that there is a life without the use of drugs. Thankfully, I found it here.”