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“I was driven by God to get here.” At age 42, Andrew retired from a senior position with a major corporation, thinking the change was what he needed to overcome his addiction to alcohol. “But it didn’t work out as planned,” he says. After several years of cycling between sobriety
“The hole in my heart has been filled.” By all outward appearances, Dan had lived a full life: a loving marriage, three beautiful children, a comfortable home, and a job that allowed him to support his family. Yet, while he was thankful for his blessings, he’d always felt something missing inside.
“At the Mission, I had people who were watching out for me.” Daniel was excited about retiring after years of hard work that had taken a toll on his mind and body. But during his first year, he started having health issues. “I hadn’t been feeling well, and hadn’t
Enrico bitterly regrets trying alcohol at age 14. “I hung around the wrong types of people, trying to fit in. Whatever the group was doing, I did. It just took hold of me more than the others.” Enrico had other close family members who suffered from alcohol addiction, and he
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