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I liked the family counseling aspect.
Absolutely changed my life. I was in addiction for over 15 years. Nothing ever ever worked for me. But God used the Lovelady center to completely change my life. Absolutely hopeless with nowhere to turn, I walked through the doors of Lovelady Center and was welcomed with arms wide open, no matter what I had done in my past, I was shown nothing but the love of Christ. I gained a family for life. I was taught life skills that I had never learned, work ethic, how to really be a productive member of society. They have so many staff members that truly care about your recovery. So many success stories and testimonies, I knew the second I walked in there my life would forever change. I came there homeless, broken, burnt every bridge and nowhere to turn. Words can’t explain how GRATEFUL I am to have found a home there. I’m now not only a graduate, but gainfully employed, have my own car and own apartment and complete restoration in my family! I have hope now. Absolutely pray anyone in addiction gets to experience what I experienced at the Lovelady Center,
I was ready for a change. I became willing to listen to what people in recovery were trying to tell me. It took me to the age of 55 to know something had to change, but thank God I had enough willingness to try. My mom died in 2004 and I was there for my family.
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