Our mission is to deal hope and foster dignity for those who live with substance use and other mental health issues through community service, awareness and education events that celebrate individuals in long-term recovery.
My name is Jesse Rowland and I am in long-term recovery. What that means for me is I have not used alcohol or other drugs since 1-1-2016 and because of that, I have turned my life around and started a Faith Based recovery meeting called 417 New Life Entertainment.
I use to bring dope to the table. Now I bring hope to the table. The first drug I ever used was Marijuana at age 9. My drug use progressed to Meth and Alcohol
I knew I had a problem when I woke up every day and the first thing I wanted to do was get high before anything. My life was unstable. I was nothing but a lowlife drug addict, dope dealing convict.
What helped me the most was surrendering to God and a...
Hi, my name is David, and I am a person in long-term recovery. What that means for me is that I have not used drugs or alcohol since January 31, 2009, and because of that I have been able to accomplish things I would never have dreamed possible. I am a husband, father, sponsor, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, hope dealer and director of the nonprofit Better Life in Recovery (BLiR).
I was abused physically and sexually as a child. I used alcohol and other drugs to escape my past and deal with anger, depression, anxiety and bipolar disorder I was diagnosed with. I was introduced to methamphetamine my senior year and partying ended up being more important than school, so I dropped out of sch...