2020 New Years Eve Party

The following was heard from clients during this holiday season.

–“This was my first Christmas clean and sober.”

–“I get to spend Christmas with my son for the first time.”

–“You’ve been my family for the holidays.”

–“If I hadn’t come here tonight (New Years Eve), I might have died.”

–“This was my first Christmas and NYE I spent out of prison since four years ago.”

We had 40 people in our doors on New Years Eve. Some come for the AODA meeting, many came for the New Years Eve party, and 24 people were still here in the building at midnight to ring in 2020 together. Instead of yelling “Happy New Year!”, the group of brothers and sisters cheered, “Praise Jesus!” at midnight. Hugs, praise and excitement filled the air! Kully thinks the neighbors across the street might have heard them praising the Lord. Can you think of a better way to start 2020?

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Fallooza 2023 is quickly approaching!

We are grateful to be one of the beneficiaries of Fallooza again this year. Fallooza is a “two-day festival benefitting mental health and addiction recovery”. (Fallooza Fall Festival & Country Music). Featuring headliner John Michael Montgomery on Friday at the Stephanie Weill Center, the weekend will be packed with country music from Sheboygan to Plymouth.

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