Grateful for centre’s help

We are but a few of the 400-plus graduates of Serenity Ranch who thank the staff and love the work being done there. Our lives have changed for the better because of the treatment and care received.

We are but a few of the 400-plus graduates of Serenity Ranch who thank the staff and love the work being done there. Our lives have changed for the better because of the treatment and care received.

We realize that addiction is a family illness, and that it affects many, many lives.

We want the world to know that recovery from the illness is possible. Our world is improved because of the changes we made at Serenity Ranch.

We stand on a united front behind Serenity Ranch (formerly known as C-ARC) for what they do for people like us. We have battled our own demons for years, and have been able to come to a sense of serenity and a way to manage our lives.

We were taught that we are powerless over our addictions and that we lacked control; we need the help of a power greater than ourselves to restore us. It is a progressive disease that can be fatal.

We pray that anyone you know who suffers will get help. Serenity Ranch is a great place to learn how to live.

James Richards, Jay Folk, Cory Yacyshyn, Blair Bothner, Willi Tanner, Allison Thompson, Jason Gallant, Frank K., Ken Hall, Chris McColeman, Howard Hemeyer, Rocky Phibbs, Jackie Herman, Jeff Chalifoux, Jackie Johnston, Jason Gallant, Adelyne G., Diane B., Larry B., Jerry T., Visnja J., Bill K., Melody M., Rene Schoch

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