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Kim’s Story

I need to start out by saying I give God all the glory for where I am in my life. I started using drugs and alcohol as a young child, just for fun. Little did I know I'd be where I am today. I'm now 39 years old, married for 17 years, he is also a recovering addict, and now I'm totally clean and sober for almost 7 months. In May 2005, I attempted sobriety on my own. I went without crack-cocaine and marijuana for 187 days, but continued to drink excessively. Needless to say, I relapsed in November 2005, wound up going to jail for 12 days, then I was accepted to The Home of Grace for Women I arrived on December 12, 2005, and left March 2, 2006, as a new creature in Jesus Christ. By His grace and mercy I am still totally clean and sober, my husband is as well, we have moved into a lovely two bedroom house, I am a full-time student at Bishop State community College studying to become a Social Worker. And I work part-time at Big Time Diner in Mobile. I honestly believe if it wasn't for my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, plucking me out of Baldwin County Detention, and sending me to The Home of Grace for Women, I would be dead, or in jail. As a result of my recovery my entire life is wonderful. I have much gratitude for agencies such as the United Way and all the wonderful churches that give their support for helping provide places like The Home of Grace for Women where people like me can find a new live. Today, I don't worry about anything; I have the tools I need to remain clean and sober. And I have an incredible amount of unconditional love in my life now. I hope to help other addicts in my situation someday. I belong to a wonderful church, Mt. Hebron, that I visited while at The Home of Grace for Women. The pastor and congregation are very supportive of my entire family. I praise God for Mrs. Littleton and the staff for their dedication to saving lives. ~Kimberly Knight
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Testimonials

Kim’s Story

I need to start out by saying I give God all the glory for where I am in my life. I started using drugs and alcohol as a young child, just for fun. Little did I know I'd be where I am today. I'm now 39 years old, married for 17 years, he is also a recovering addict, and now I'm totally clean and sober for almost 7 months. In May 2005, I attempted sobriety on my own. I went without crack-cocaine and marijuana for 187 days, but continued to drink excessively. Needless to say, I relapsed in November 2005, wound up going to jail for 12 days, then I was accepted to The Home of Grace for Women I arrived on December 12, 2005, and left March 2, 2006, as a new creature in Jesus Christ. By His grace and mercy I am still totally clean and sober, my husband is as well, we have moved into a lovely two bedroom house, I am a full-time student at Bishop State community College studying to become a Social Worker. And I work part-time at Big Time Diner in Mobile. I honestly believe if it wasn't for my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, plucking me out of Baldwin County Detention, and sending me to The Home of Grace for Women, I would be dead, or in jail. As a result of my recovery my entire life is wonderful. I have much gratitude for agencies such as the United Way and all the wonderful churches that give their support for helping provide places like The Home of Grace for Women where people like me can find a new live. Today, I don't worry about anything; I have the tools I need to remain clean and sober. And I have an incredible amount of unconditional love in my life now. I hope to help other addicts in my situation someday. I belong to a wonderful church, Mt. Hebron, that I visited while at The Home of Grace for Women. The pastor and congregation are very supportive of my entire family. I praise God for Mrs. Littleton and the staff for their dedication to saving lives. ~Kimberly Knight
Kim's Story of the Home of Grace Kim's Story of the Home of Grace
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