“I waited roughly a year. I was living at a trap house while pregnant with Hazel. It was one of the hardest things I have had to do. I was surrounded by people using – people constantly turning on lights and waking me up. I remember crying one night because I was so tired and I had nowhere to sleep. It was a struggle.”
“Never give up. I was at my wit’s end. I was for sure I wasn’t going to be able to keep my kids. But, I found recovery for them. I didn’t start this journey out for myself. But, eventually I found recovery for me because of the miracles that I’ve seen along the way.” Tasha, mom of 3.
“I didn’t have a car, but I decided I was going to enroll in hair school. I had to do something because I knew my addiction was growing.” Recovery journeys are never linear. Read the inspiring story of Liz Bean, former Amethyst Place resident turned salon owner.