Monday, June 18, 2012

Jennifer F.

Jennifer came to the Timothy House Transitional Living Program at a real pivotal time in her life. She had been released from the Pottawatomie County Jail to the Timothy House Transitional Living Program. Jennifer had struggled with drug addiction for over 15 years and had tried many times to break her cycle of addiction.

After coming to the Timothy House Transitional Living Program, Jennifer began to work through some past as well as present issues that were holding her back. She apprehended a positive outlook on life and changes began to happen in her life immediately.

After completing her 2 year program at the Timothy House, Jennifer has continued to maintain her sobriety and as a result has reconnected with her family and friends. Jennifer also began to work 2 jobs while staying at the Timothy House, which allowed her to save up and purchase a reliable vehicle as well as pay all of her past fines. Her drivers license was reinstated for the first time in 15 years.

Jennifer is now in permanent housing and is looking forward to the next stages of her life.

She would like to sincerely thank every partner, donor, and volunteer for creating an environment for her success.

"Together we are changing lives, one person at a time!"