My name is Timothy Brozo and I have been travelling this road of recovery for years now, and it has come with with many ups and downs. It has taken me many years of work to get the seven months of sobriety that I have now. Finally, people trust me. I have also been able to show people my good will while gaining the trust of my family, friends, co-workers, and employers. People have let me into their lives and homes now without the usual anxiety and trepidation. On top of this, my job even handed me a credit card and the keys to a vehicle! That means a lot to me.
Some time ago I remember walking around in a snowstorm, in a t-shirt, no jacket, no hat, no gloves, and a pair of summer running shoes. My feet were soaked, and I was shivering. I had no place to go and no one to call. Every door had been slammed shut, and believe me, it was for a good reason. I felt myself on the brink of insanity and the drugs had stopped working long ago. The pain racked my brain and with no money, and no hope, I walked into Springs Recovery Connection.
From there, they set me on the right path. Today, I try to be of maximum service to others. It doesn’t matter what it is, if someone needs some help I will try to be there for them. It shows people that we are not alone. There is an entire army of recovering alcoholics and addicts who are just waiting for the chance to help someone. A simple ride to a meeting, a silent prayer, or sometimes just a hug will the turn the corner in someone’s mind and jumpstart them on the road to happy destiny!

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Almost 21 million Americans have at least one addiction, yet only 10% of them receive treatment.