“When I arrived at Hope In The Mountains I was broken, scared, and very hopeless. At age 38, I had very little faith that my life could be turned around. Fortunately, that was exactly what happened.

The tremendous love and understanding of the staff, the welcoming environment, and the immediate sense of belonging allowed me to become a part of a recovery community. That community continues to be a vital part of my personal growth and recovery process.

It is now seven years from when I entered those doors, and I have tears of gratitude for my life today. I now function as a wife, mother, friend, and productive member of my community.

All words are inadequate to describe the knowledge and life changing experience I gained from being a part of the beautiful recovery center called Hope In The Mountains.

Lots of love,”