Camp Thrive

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A message from Tim Weber… We are returning from a much-needed vacation. I haven’t had a chance to reflect on the weekend before our vacation at Camp Thrive. This weekend, we get to interact with children impacted by addiction-related trauma. Some of these kids have lost a parent to addiction! Some of the parents are incarcerated, and some are in active recovery. This camp allows all these kids to see they are not alone and that it’s OK to talk … Read More

Connection through Loss

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Loved having a couple of my girls come visit me today. I love you both very much. You help to save me every day 💞💞 Connie, our boys knew we needed each other 💙💙

“I live in the Joey V. House”

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A message from Tim Webber… On May 19, 2002, my very good friend, Joe, died Sunday after the Preakness. Joe loved horse racing; in fact, a racehorse was named after him. He was my best friend in high school, and years later, while there were a few separations due to moves and life, we remained best friends until the day he passed. As an Atholton High School junior, he won the state high school golf championship, known as the Junior … Read More

A piece of Rob’s room…

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Christine, Words cannot express the gratitude that I have for what you and Jimmy did for us. You both knew how difficult it was for me to change Rob’s carpet. Jimmy, thank you for saving a piece of Rob’s carpet, and thank you both for making me the most special gift out of it. I will keep this forever! ♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️

Fighting to Break the Ugly Stigma Surrounding Addiction

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Last night, I was asked to attend a community meeting. The meeting was held to help educate the public on sober living, and to give people an opportunity to ask questions. I sat with people that I love and consider to be my family. Some I work with, some are my dearest friends, and some have gone through Rob’s house and are now living their best lives. The rest of the room was filled with community members. I have never … Read More

Expressing Things that Matter: Expressing Grief

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For me, Facebook is a platform for expressing things that matter, things that help other people who may be going through a similar situation, and for connection. Sharing and writing about my journey of grief is therapeutic, and it helps me to process. Writing helps me to bring my emotions to the surface, and try to release some of the power that they hold over me. It is easy for me to talk about the gifts and the blessings that … Read More

When I met Tim Weber…

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Eighteen years ago, something extraordinary was set into motion…. Tim Weber went from sleeping under bridges, constantly looking for his next fix to surrendering his life to something bigger. He found the courage to walk into a hospital, ask for help and was determined to never look back. He took a chance on himself. Tim opened a flower shop (Cattails Country Florist), opened two sober homes, started the Triangle Recovery Club, and now works for our state’s attorney’s office. I … Read More

Twelve To Life MC 3rd Annual Halloween Bash & Fundraiser for RAA

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What a nice night of fellowship, love, acceptance and community support. Dimitri, since the day that I met you, you have been one of my biggest supporters. You always seem to sense when I’m struggling, and you make it a point to call and check on me. I notice these things. Thank you for having me speak last night at the 3rd Annual Halloween Bash & Fundraiser for RAA. Sharing my story helps me to realize that I am not … Read More

A Celebration for Audrey Cimino

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Celebrating Audrey Cimino… Thank you for making our community a wonderful place to heal, to give and to make a difference. Lives are forever changed because you cared Audrey recently retired from many years of service at the Community Foundation of Carroll County.

The Starry Sky

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We had our house meeting with the sober houses last night. Two of the girls from Rob’s house asked me to get there a little early. They had a gift for me. It is a framed picture of the star night, taken on the day that Rob died. Amber and Heather… Thank you for this incredible gift. I love it! You girls make me feel so loved. What you wrote on it, the location being Rob’s house and everything about … Read More

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