A Message from our Sober Home Girls

Tammy Lofink – in honor of Rob’s anniversary, we wanted to let you know how much love and gratitude we have for you. Although none of us were fortunate enough to meet Rob, his memory has led you to do such incredible things for not only all of us, but SO many other people in the recovery community. You are selfless, compassionate, generous, and kind-hearted. None of this will ever go unnoticed, and we will forever be grateful for Rob … Read More

Sober Houses Get-Away Group Vacation

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What a wonderful weekend, spent with some amazing women. Each and every day, you all bring a healing energy into my life and help me to get through this journey of losing Rob. Thank you all for spending an amazing 24 hours with me. Some of you still live at the houses, some of you passed through the houses, and some of you came into my life through Rising Above Addiction. It was wonderful to see all of your smiles, … Read More

The Zumbrun Family Supports RAA

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Connie, Jeffrey, Tom and the rest of Zumbrun Family, thank you for this wonderful gift. This will help all of the women at Reclaiming My Life and Keeping My Serenity. The girls are working hard to keep their heads up during this difficult time. They are working when they can, attending online meetings and constantly supporting one another. My hope is that your Jimmy, my Rob, Kristin (Valerie), and all of the other beautiful children who were taken away too … Read More

Keeping My Serenity Sober Home Opens

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Keeping My Serenity, a new Sober House, has officially opened, in honor of Kristin Marie Spurrier. Offering promise, hope and love as these ladies begin their journeys of recovery. I couldn’t think of a more beautiful person to name this house after. A message from Valerie Spurrier…. Keeping My Serenity is now open… As I walked hand in hand with you here on earth we traveled down many valleys only to climb to the mountain tops together. I watched you plant … Read More

In memory or Robert Lofink…

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To my dear friend Valerie Spurrier, mother of Kristin Marie Spurrier Thank you for this beautiful picture of Rob. This will hang in Reclaiming My Life as a reminder to the girls, as they leave the house each day, to keep their recovery in the forefront. Rob’s life was taken; however, through him all of these ladies have a second chance. And…. through these women, Rob lives on. For You, Because of You and in Memory of You More

Congratulations to the Class Of 2019 – Carroll County Drug Treatment Court Graduation

Congratulations to all of the Drug Court graduates! This is an incredible program that provides opportunity, teaches accountability, builds character and produces success. It is great to see these wonderful people get their lives back. A special congratulations to Lindsey. You have gone above and beyond. I am honored that you choose Reclaiming My Life to be your home on your journey of recovery. Read more about this incredible event at the Baltimore Sun: https://www.baltimoresun.com/maryland/carroll/news/cc-drug-court-graduation-20191024-7w2aqnattrhlzjlnn2qfy2pmty-story.html?fbclid=IwAR05P0W6n55qK7h6TJ9EgNlZwfSGkhDyIGCGhjA1rGIjf9bfpEsve_Cs0gc

Reclaiming My Life Christmas Dinner

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It was wonderful to spend the evening with the girls from Reclaiming My Life. I am so proud of all of the hard work these girls put into their recovery’s. I see Rob in it all. His death has given birth to so many beautiful things. For Rob, Because of Rob and in Memory of Rob. Thank you Liberatore’s Restaurant – Westminster for the great food!

Thank YOU: The Michael Griesser Group

Thank you to Michael Griesser. Not only is he giving a portion of every real estate transaction to Rising Above Addiction, he is also donating all of the salon supplies for Reclaiming My Life. And…. If you are in need of real estate services, call The Michael Griesser Team. PHONE: (443) 896-3886 EMAIL: Michael@Michaelgriessergroup.com

Weber Sober Homes and Reclaiming My Life Monthly Cookout

Inspiring words from Zach Snitzer about growing up in a world where young kids feel like they don’t belong and use substances to numb the pain. He shared his own story about years of trying to find his way out of addiction and how he finally got to the place where he just said “okay”; a simple, yet powerful word of acceptance and vulnerability. Thank you for sharing your story Zach!

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