Our Stories Have Power

Our stories have power — to offer hope to the millions of Americans who have yet to find recovery — and to convince elected officials to invest in recovery.

With a generous contribution from an anonymous donor, when you give to Faces and Voices of Recovery this season, your contribution will be matched dollar for dollar until DECEMBER 31. That means your donation will be worth twice as much.

Our stories of recovery from the ravages of alcoholism and substance abuse carry power out in the parking lot, in our church community and in our homes.

I’m Kathy Drewien and I am in long-term recovery, which means that I have not used alcohol for more than 30 years. I am committed to recovery because it has given me and my family new purpose and hope for the future, while helping me gain stability in my life. I am now speaking out because long-term recovery has helped me change my life for the better, and I want to make it possible for others to do the same.


If your late night internet search has led you to this post, welcome. You can send a confidential message at any time. We’re listening.


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