Twelve To Life raises $1,500.00 for Rising Above Addiction

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Twelve To Life MC would like to say THANK YOU to all of our supporters and sponsors who helped make this possible! With your donations and support we helped many people in recovery at Rising Above Addiction. We couldn’t do it without you! Lets make this year bigger and better! Addiction and suicide has risen 30% and our community needs our help. Looking forward to seeing you all at our next event!!! STAY TUNED!!!

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

A message of loss on Mother’s Day…

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As mothers who have lost a child, we are constantly torn between two worlds. The world of before and the world of after. In the midst of our grief, we struggle to survive. And, the hard truth is, life will never be normal again. We constantly try to search for who we used to be and how we used to view the world, and we cling on desperately to what we have left. We love harder and we understand that … Read More

My Book, “Recliaming My Life”, is Published!!!

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For the past year, I have been working on writing a book. I had no idea where this journey would take me. My purpose for writing this book was simple: to help others and to continue to heal from losing my son. The emotions that came with writing this book were not so simple. Experiencing my life play out before me was difficult, and I shed many tears along the way. However, replaying my life has taught me that I … Read More

Meet Twelve To Life, a local non-profit sober motorcycle club…

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A Message from Twelve To Life: “Hello! Twelve To Life is a local non profit sober motorcycle club. Our mission is to help those in need of recovery, the sick and suffering addicts and alcoholics as well as help our community fight this battle of drug and alcohol addiction. YOU ARE NOT ALONE! WE ARE HERE FOR YOU!!! We support our community thru fundraisers to raise money for local outreaches, rehabs and recovery houses. If you are suffering from addiction, … Read More

Stephen Ames Birthday Fundraiser

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Stephen lost his wife a little over a year ago. She was the Cofounder of This Is My Brave. Stephen continues to honor his wife by being a continued supporter to this amazing organization. For his birthday, Stephen has decided to create a fundraiser for Rising Above Addiction. Thank you Stephen for your kind words and your generosity on your Birthday. A good friend of mine, Tammy Lofink, lost her 18-year-old son Rob to a drug overdose just over 4 … Read More

Thank YOU: Shear Designs

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Thank you Shear Designs, in Westminster, for providing complimentary services to Reclaiming My Life Sober House girls. It is amazing to see how our community goes above and beyond to help people. If anyone is looking for a great, friendly place to get hair or nail services done, check out Shear Designs. If you mention Rising Above Addiction, they will donate 20% back to our organization. Phone: (410) 848-0660

Meet New Board Member – Tim Webber

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When Rob died, I was lost. I wasn’t sure how I would get through; however, I did know that I wanted to make something positive out of my tragedy. Early on I was introduced to a man named Tim Weber. I was told that he was in long term recovery, has turned his life into something meaningful and is now saving lives in the community. I also learned that he worked for the Carroll County State’s Attorney’s Office as their … Read More

In Memory of Johnn Romeo

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Rising Above Addiction will be making special t-shirts for a group of runners in Johnn’s memory. From Lindsay Romeo: Friends and family ~ In lieu of birthday gifts this year, I’m hopeful that we can raise some money for a local organization, “Rising Above Addiction”, in memory of my brother Johnn Romeo. Rising Above Addiction is a local organization that provides awareness, support, and financial assistance to youth and young adults seeking drug rehabilitation. RAA also hosts an annual run, “Running for … Read More

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