Help us Ignite Hope for those affected by addiction. Share your story of success in recovery to spark others to support the cause or seek help. Words have power. Your story, or the story of someone affected, can change lives.


Recovery is everywhere. Whether you’re a person in recovery or a family member, share your story to demonstrate that recovery works for over 23 million Americans and offer hope to people who are still struggling, their families and communities. Speak out about the solution – recovery. Then ask your friends to do the same. Our stories have power.


Addiction had taken a terrible toll on Monique by the time she called WRAP for help in 2010. “I just wanted to die. I didn’t want to get high, but I didn’t know how to stop getting high,” she recalled.

Many events preceded this pivotal moment…

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Roger R.

When I was 12 or 13 I found out that alcohol could make me feel good enough and removed my fears. My Father left me, my mother, four brothers, and three sisters. I had a chip on my shoulder for a long time. I ran away from everything. The only answer I had was to drink. When I got older it became alcohol and drugs. After awhile…

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There are as many roads to recovery as there are people in recovery.

Some hit bottom, stop drinking or using, and never do so again. But many must travel a road with more twists, turns, and valleys to reach a more enduring recovery.¬† Lindsey traveled such a road to get where she is today…

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Casey’s Bus

Casey Wethington purchased a VW bus with money he received in 1997 as graduation gifts. Until this past year, it sat in the place it had occupied for more than a decade. Now, Casey’s 1967 Kombi is on the road again to help save lives…

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