Category Archives: Sober Stories

Ways to Celebrate Graduating from Women’s Drug Rehab

October 13, 2017

Graduating from a rehabilitation facility is an exciting event and should be celebrated in grand fashion. We make a big […]

From Broken to Whole Again

April 12, 2017

Written by DH Women’s Program, alumni family member, Beth O. March 2017 When I grew up, my mother was our […]

Nicole’s Sober Story

November 13, 2014

My name is Nicole and I am a proud DH alumni. I arrived at DH February 7, 2014 as a […]

Michelle’s Sober Story

October 30, 2014

Hi, I am an alcoholic and an addict, my name and my problem is Michelle.  I am fifty years old […]

Rebekah’s Sober Story

October 23, 2014

In order to call myself an alumni of Destination Hope, it is clear that my life previous to treatment must […]

Maria’s Family Program Testimonial

September 6, 2014

A mother’s perspective on her daughter’s treatment I can’t even begin to tell you how grateful I am that my […]

Melissa D’s Sober Story

August 27, 2014

Hi, my name is Melissa D and I am an alcoholic. I am an alumnus of Destination Hope and my […]

Joseph’s Sober Story

July 22, 2014

My journey often times feels like a long one. As I look back at the past few years of my life, it becomes clear to me that I was much harder on myself than I had to be. It is also very clear that the suffering I experienced was a direct result of my dependence upon drugs and alcohol. Throughout my teen years, drugs and alcohol became a safe haven for me. They brought me to a place of artificial peace, or relief. “If drugs and alcohol had not done so much for me, they could have never done so much to me” I also realized any and all joy I experienced during these times, correlated with my periods of sobriety.

Pamela’s Sober Story

My name is Pamela. I am a white, educated, 50 year old widow , mother of 4 and also a […]

Kathryn’s Sober Story

July 18, 2014

My name is Kathryn. I am 24 years old, and I am a recovering alcoholic.  Today I am recovering, and […]

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