SHARE YOUR RECOVERY JOURNEY WITH US!

Everyone has a personal journey that inspires others to seek wellness; share yours with us and we will publish it online and/or in our quarterly e-newsletter! Together we can bring hope to those suffering and help break down the barriers of stigma and shame.  If you would like to share your story please click the link below.

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Voices of Hope and Resiliency from Our Peers Living in Recovery

 

Amy’s Story

Interview by Amanda Kearney-Smith Amy grew up in Iowa in a single-parent household, her father passed away suddenly when she was 12 yrs old. Amy’s memories of her upbringing were that her parent’s relationship was strained, she remembers her father

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Tim’s Story

Interview by Aubrey Boggs Born in Kentucky and raised in Missouri, followed by living in San Francisco and Albuquerque, Tim eventually settled in Colorado in 1998. At fifteen years old Tim started having symptoms of depression and at nineteen he

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Tracy’s Story

Tracy grew up in Connecticut. Growing up, she describes her family as being very dysfunctional. At the age of 11 years old, her parents divorced. Tracy’s father struggled with anxiety and suicidal thoughts because he suffered from Agoraphobia (where the

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My story

By Sabina Kosofsky I was diagnosed with depression and PTSD back in 2012. Back in the 60’s and 70’s there was no such thing as child abuse, or domestic violence. Nobody knows what goes on behind closed doors. As far

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Amanda’s Story

I am thirty-two years old and am diagnosed with bipolar disorder, depression, PTSD, ADHD and anxiety. Why is my age so important? Because even five years ago, I did not think I would make it to this age. I have

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Monika’s Story

I have been struggling with depression pretty much all of my life. During my teenage years, I managed not to hurt myself or commit suicide, although it ran through my head every single day. As I found out this past

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Anthony

MHCD and the 2Succeed program saved my life. in May of 2013 I was destitute, depressed, jobless and living in my car. After a period of hospitalization I was accepted as a student in the culinary program at 2Succeed and

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Andrea

Today I would like to share with you a journey of hope and possibility. If for a moment I could rewind time, the person you see standing here today would look very different and function in a very different capacity.

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Meet Ursula

I am a woman in long-term recovery recently divorced with two children. I work for a community mental health center, am involved with multiple 12-step programs and volunteer in the Denver area. I faced many challenges when dealing with my

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Nora’s Story

Alcohol became an issue for me at a very young age, and my behavior earned me the title “crazy girl” by my classmates. In my teenage years I began showing symptoms of bipolar disorder and it was difficult for my

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More Inspirational Quotes…

“The Leadership Academy has renewed my passion to help others. I am more confident with myself, my life and my recovery.”-Leadership

“Peer Specialist training has not only impacted me in my recovery but, also enhanced the skills I can give back to my peers as I guide them through their recovery!”-Peer Specialists

“All peers should take this course. It was very educational and the instructors are second to none. I thoroughly enjoyed the course and it will definitely help me in my job.”-Peer Specialists

“I am forever grateful for the blessing of connecting with WRAP. For many years fear and anxiety overwhelmed me. Through WRAP I was able to put structure around my issues so that no matter what I faced today i have enough knowledge to know that adversity inspires opportunity to grow.”-WRAP Facilitator