I just – I got worse and worse. Everything was so heavy – I was to a
breaking point. I just felt so lost like it was the end
of the road for me, like I was maybe a couple of years away from dying.
That was really lonely I was like ,you know, something’s gotta give I have to
find someplace to go. And I had to say, “I need help” and call out.
And that’s when I came to The Treehouse. You have so many people that have been
there, understand truly what you are going through. It’s a lot easier open up
and receive that help. It goes beyond just being here for 30, 60, 90 days. It goes
beyond that. You’re in a family we will meet you where you are your recovery. You don’t come to The Treehouse to just learn how to recover our way. Instead of a one-step program, you have so many different ways to find that balance in your life. Yoga, hiking,
meditation, art classes, cooking classes there’s a wilderness program. They got
basketball, there’s a gym. But the coolest part, man, is the zip line. One of the things people have is a fear of change. A fear of doing something different and just
climbing that staircase, going to the very top. You have a moment of, “Do I
really want to do this?” – and just grabbing that zip line and letting go. It lets you
know you can do anything you want to do. I think it’s really helping me really release
some of the things I wanted to hold back on. People with the ability to change lives
have the responsibility to change lives. And people that work here have the
ability. To them it is a responsibility And when people show up here and decide
they want to make a choice, they are willing to give everything they can to try to help out. For anybody that’s out there suffering, There’s hope. I’m not looking back. I’m not going back. I’m never… I don’t want to ever be that person again.
Thank you for for saving my life because I wasn’t gonna last much longer, the
way things were going. Thank you for not giving up on me.