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I am writing this to let you know of my deep appreciation for your part in my recovery from Meth. In early March of 2004, I was arrested by the police behind Taco Mac in Douglasville. I was strung out and couldn't have weighed more than 100 lbs., yet I continued to feed my habit with what I now see as one of the deadliest and most destructive drugs that we know of today. At the time I didn't realize that as a Meth Addict I was looking for a way out, but couldn't come to that conclusion on my own. I knew of the repercussions that could arise but I was so overcome by the addiction that I could not see. I remember that I did have moments of clarity where I would want and seek help, but that would only last a few days or weeks and I'd be right back at it again. So when I was finally arrested, and I laid there in the parking lot, I remember think ing "thank god it is over", because I know it was Him doing for me what I could not do for myself.
I am not a very spiritual person, but I know the signs when I see it and this drug is the Devil, so in a way I believe He is using you guys to try to get to the people through Him. So I was able to go into treatment after my arrest and it was the best thing for me, however I was still called to do time. I served 16 months of my life behind bars for my addiction, but it was the best thing that has ever happened to me, just as I can say that my arrest is the same.
I've been home almost a year now and can't begin to express my thanks and gratitude.
Something was said to me after my arrest that will and has stayed with me to this
Respectfully & with my deepest thanks,