I simply do not have the words to describe my journey in PRC

I was very reluctant to write this testimony. Not because I did not want to or I had negative things to write about but because I simply do not have the words to describe my journey in PACE. I have come to love this place and life of the people, most importantly I have realised who and what I am. I am not totally aware of exactly what that means but three months being here was an excellent start. PACE is far from being perfect and that for me is a good thing, its imperfections made it perfect, imperfect staff members, curriculum, implementation, surroundings, etc but because of that it made it easier for me to accept my imperfections and embrace them. I made a decision that the last few days

A life changing experience; I feel blessed & grateful to PRC

The time of my arrival at Pace I was a complete mess, I had hit rock bottom and was on the verge of losing everything. From losing material things such as a car and house to losing my relationships with my mom and my wife. This has by far been the most hardest thing I’ve ever done in my whole life, from facing my fears to feeling every emotion. As many ups I had downs and now I am at a place of acceptance, love and forgiveness. While being here I have found my Higher Power and have seen Him work and perform miracles in my life. I have finally found internal happiness and love and feel completely blessed. This has been a life changing experience and I am truly grateful to everyone. Individual

I’m not alone and there is such a thing like sober living

After nearly 9 weeks struggling to get me to Pace a previous client eventually came to get me from my house. My anxiety and fears was off the charts, just a few months ago I was at Akeso and relapsed 104 days later. I wanted to cancel Pace as I didn’t know what would be different this time. I was welcomed with so much love from Day 1 to Day zero, A happy house, of course there was issue’s, ego’s and lots of emotions. This was what I needed to see that I’m not alone in my struggles and there is such a thing like sober living. Although I didn’t complete my step work, the steps I worked has already changed me and will complete the rest of the steps with help from my sponsor. I didn’t always agr

Every experience @PRC contributed to my road of recovery

PRC definitely granted me with something that for a long time I never knew how to get it back and that's life. It taught me everything I need to know to self-accept and to give love and happiness to those around. It’s like I have been reborn to a new life. Every part of my experience here be it negative or positive had contributed to my road of Recovery. PRC has really given me something that I could not do myself and that to see the light of sobriety and my position plays such an important role. Individual Counselling I was pretty satisfied the individual counselling I would suggest that each counsellor at least sees the client once a week and possible a set timetable of who is seeing who f

I'm grateful for this journey and I believe in the 12-steps

My experience at Pace was amazing I came here motivated to change and live a life free from drugs. With the motivation and determination I began my program on a strong note. I got the support and knowledge I needed to change my way of thinking and life. Although I was fearful at first I came to realise that they had my best interests at heart and wanted to help me clean up and live a better life. I got the love and support I needed. Pace really helped me find purpose again and I am proud and honoured to be apart of the fellowship of NA I know I have a family at Pace and I am grateful for this journey and I believe in the process and twelve steps. I would recommend anyone to come to PRC and T

I have a new lease on life, I feel freedom and inner peace

As I got to PRC I was received with lots of love and care. I found this to be so unusual of a rehab as I had been to Rehab five times previously and found that I was treated as a patient not a client. Peers being especially supportive and approachable as when I got here I didn’t even have a toothbrush, soap or another change of clothes within minutes someone offered me soap and another peer took me to mission down the road where I got some clothes. Quickly I felt at home and met my recovery coach, O.T., Counsellors. I was very troubled and has a sessions even late at night which helped me to be able to relax and sleep. As step work, counselling progressed I felt the change happening in my li


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