A note from Stef Miller…

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​”Its been 6 months about and I wanted to check in with you guys. After I left rehab, I lost my job, my house, I had no money… I was pretty low. But determined to get sober. I went to a recovery house in York, PA. I got connected back to the women that loved and cared about me. Built up my support group. Got a new sponsor and went through the steps again. I got a whole new experience. … Read More

Letter from a Rising Above Addiction Recipient…

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I am a grateful recovering addict today. I’m writing this letter to show my gratitude to Rising Above Addiction. I’m a 34 year old woman that has used some substances or another since I was 14 years old. This is the first time that I have ever admitted that I have a problem. And this has been a great experience for me. I have been in rehab for 20 days. I’m going to the Stellar House in Annapolis, Maryland tomorrow. … Read More

A message from Tracey Kuhns, co-founder of Rising Above Addiction

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t’s with a very heavy heart that I am announcing my departure from Rising Above Addiction. This is one of the hardest decisions I have ever made. I feel like it is a child I gave birth to and in many ways it is. I know I will always be a parent to this fund and that can never be taken from me. It gave me an opportunity to heal from the pain of Ryan’s addiction by helping others. It … Read More

Gregory’s Personal Testimony

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“I overdosed in an ally in Baltimore city and was brought back to life… sitting in john Hopkins hospital about to be released back into the same atmosphere I almost died in, which probably would have lead to my death, an angel came to me by this fund and got me into treatment and saved my life. Through this fund my mother has somewhat of peace today – she went threw 15 years of misery watching her son kill himself … Read More

Brittney Sabock’s Personal Testimony

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Growing up I did well in school and played softball. I would eventually go to school for nursing. I was never the kid you would have thought would end up being defeated by heroin. At seventeen, a senior in high school, I took my first drink. After that, it was not progressive for me. It went from that innocent red solo cup and a blunt, to eight months later going to inpatient treatment for the first time. I was addicted … Read More