Recovery Stories

  • Blake

    Dec 25, 2016

    Florida Rehabilitation Center | Crossroads

    Blake is a 35 year old, successful, hardworking business owner despite a 15-year downward spiral through the perils of addiction. Today, he has a passion for spreading the message of hope, compassion and perseverance. After watching his father, a successful sales and marketing executive who made drinking looking look fun, he snuck his first drink at 10 and quickly got hooked. Blake shares, “Once I drank all my inhibitions were gone. I sought out every opportunity I could to drink.” By 15, Blake was smoking marijuana, hanging with the wrong crowd and skipping school. His…

  • Harold

    Mar 5, 2017

    Florida Rehabilitation Center | Crossroads

    From Wine for Breakfast to Two Years Sober By Harold Williams For years, I didn’t think I had a problem with alcohol. I believed I simply drank too much – I had too much fun. As a TV producer in advertising, I worked in an environment where alcohol was prevalent. And I was brought up in a family that drank. No one seemed to be falling down drunk. It was a natural thing to offer drinks around on a daily basis. Like most middle class people, my family thought alcoholism was for tramps, hobos, derelicts.…

  • Brad

    Mar 12, 2018

    Florida Rehabilitation Center | Crossroads

    I Got My Life Back Sometime life hits you really hard. And sometimes, all at once. For me, it was debilitating neck and back pain, followed by major surgery, and then adjusting to life in a new town after a relocation. I tried to cope with it all by drinking, a problem which eventually broke up my marriage to my best friend, the person I loved most. My doctor told me to get a desk job and take it easy physically, but I ignored his advice and worked in construction to make ends meet. Working…

  • Aaron

    Oct 4, 2018

    Florida Rehabilitation Center | Crossroads

    Living Recklessly I was high for half of my life . . . until a cold-turkey detox in jail convinced me to turn things around. But I couldn’t have done it without DLC. By Aaron How many times can a person hit rock bottom before they finally realize they’ve got to do something about it? For me, I’ve almost lost count. I’ve overdosed five times. I’ve been in detox nine times, including about five times this year. I’ve been in and out of halfway houses and rehab centers and the courts. I’ve tried everything from…

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