Having watched the evolution over the past 15 years of the drug and alcohol problem in this country, I have seen it ravage communities, take children, mothers, fathers and loved ones from their families. I have seen parents who have lost hope and young adults caught in a web of shame, guilt and self-pity.
I also know firsthand, personally, and professionally the many stories of people who have found long term recovery. People who did not have hope, who did not see a way out, come to find a life that is infinitely more meaningful than the one they had previously lived. I have seen families reunited, children grow up to become the adults they were meant to be and communities restored.
Following my own recovery from a substance use disorder in 2006 I began working to help those afflicted. In the past 11 years I have worked for low-income group homes, helping those caught in the criminal justice system, and managed a number of treatment centers in various parts of this country.
The Redpoint Center was created with a vision. A vision to help those struggling with substance use disorder to find long term recovery. I believe that each person caught in this epidemic deserves access to high quality, trauma informed, recovery oriented care. The days of being stigmatized need to come to an end and this country can stand up and proclaim that each person is valuable and should be given the opportunity to recover.
The Redpoint Center has been a labor of love by a handpicked team of dedicated individuals who have never hesitated to pick up the phone in the middle of the night for someone who is struggling. A group of people who have demonstrated the highest level of ethical compass and endeavor each day to help each person who walks through our doors.
If you or someone you know is struggling with a substance use disorder, please call and allow us the opportunity to help. If we don’t believe we can help, we will find the right person or organization who can.