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Ok well to be completely honest I have not started my out patient treatment. But what I can say is that I’m very excited to get started tomorrow and also I have a couple friends who have been through the program and are still clean and sober to this day! I’m hoping for the same results. I’m looking forward to my experience with you guys and I’ve heard only good things.
This place, by the grace of God, saved my life and my soul. Not only mine but my father's as well. My dad and I were addicted to drugs, eventually homeless. Teen Challenge took us in, taught us how to overcome the flesh by standing on the Word of Christ Jesus and today we are free. They helped me get my GED, exonerate my legal charges, become a man, and enroll in College. Thank God this place was here when I knew nowhere else to turn! All who desire freedom should come to TCCT and submit to the program; and what God has done for my dad and I, He will do for anyone!!
Sending my son here after he completed a 30-day inpatient program was worth every penny. The staff was very welcoming, and they consistently treated my son and I with respect. In fact, many of the staff members at Westport House today are part of his sober network. My son\'s case manager communicated with me regularly over the course of his stay. In the first phase of the program, all meals were provided by the house. He developed a strong relationship with his therapist who he has today. The program supported his involvement in AA, and they helped guide my family in being healthy supports to his recovery. The second phase allowed my son to show consistency in his new way of life and establish independence. He was able to resume his education, get a part-time job (which he now has full-time), and take control of his spending. His case manager there helped him budget his money and learn how to hold himself accountable. The residents he lived with are some of his best friends today, and he continues to be actively involved in his recovery. With the help of Westport House, my son was able to find his true self and transform into the sober young man he is today, and for that I am eternally grateful.
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