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Jack Harrison

“Ascension House has truly been a lifeline in my journey to recovery, and I am beyond grateful for the transformative experience they provided. From the moment I walked through their doors, I felt an overwhelming sense of support and understanding from the dedicated staff. The comprehensive treatment program tailored to individual needs, combined with the serene and nurturing environment, created the perfect foundation for my healing. The structured daily routines, counseling sessions, and various therapeutic activities not only equipped me with essential tools for sobriety but also fostered a sense of community and camaraderie among fellow residents. The genuine care and encouragement from the staff at Ascension House were instrumental in helping me overcome addiction and rebuild my life.”

Cheryl Gomez

Ascension House has been my rock on the path to recovery, and I can’t speak highly enough of the positive impact it has had on my life. From the moment I entered the doors of Ascension House, I was met with a sense of understanding and compassion that set the tone for my entire journey. The structured treatment program, combined with therapeutic activities and supportive counseling, provided a holistic approach to recovery that addressed both the physical and emotional aspects of addiction. The genuine care and encouragement from the staff created a sense of belonging that was instrumental in my successful recovery. Ascension House isn’t just a treatment center; it’s a community that empowers individuals to break free from the chains of addiction and embrace a brighter, sober future.”

Morgan Sigle

My name is Morgan Sigle. I was at Ascension House for about 8 months. When I first got there I hated it because I didn’t want to be sober, and I fought everybody on everything. I didn’t understand why having a chore was going to help keep me sober or why we had to go to meetings. I didn’t like that I had people telling me what to do either. Then one day it just clicked and I realized that all the things that I needed to do to stay sober and have a better life were the things I was fighting. Ascension house literally saved my life in every aspect. The staff is super sweet, loving and care for each one of their clients more than anywhere else I’ve ever been. Since leaving Acension house I have gone on to work a strong program and now I have 18 months sober. I could not thank Ascension enough for all that they have done and continue to do for me.

Caroline Bernhardt

The structure, compassion and accountability that is offered at Ascension House is something that I am incredibly grateful to have experienced in early recovery. Being an 18 year old in recovery comes with great challenges, however, Ascension gave me the support and skills I so very needed to be successful. This has not only helped me in my program, but has also assisted my journey to independence. Without the Ascension House, I would have never gotten to establish a life worth living.

Before coming to Ascension House, I was lost and frightful of life itself. The fear of not being good enough completely controlled my life. I absolutely had no self esteem and was constantly
struggling with a deep void. I learned this void was in actuality a spiritual malady, an affliction of the spirit. My drug addiction started when I was just 13 years old. No amount of therapy or institutions could keep me sober. Fortunately, the selfless and dedicated staff of Ascension House have made a positive impact on my life differentially from past experiences. While at Ascension, I was given the opportunity to work the 12 steps and build a strong foundation through basic spiritual principles. I learned how to have sober fun, handle responsibilities and demonstrate integrity in my life. These three things gave me the ability to understand the importance and value of rejoining society and being a part of a community.

The staff presented a solution and an environment that allotted me the ability to stay sober. I am very fortunate to have had an experience which has helped me grow both spiritually and mentally. Ascension gave me the opportunity to truly love my authentic self. The work I did here and the positive relationships I fostered helped me finally see my full potential. Others belief in me helped me have the courage to apply to several colleges. I am very excited to say that I got accepted into several universities and will be attending Colorado State University in the Fall of 2018. I look forward to spreading the message and the joy that I have gained while at Ascension. I hope to have an impact on others afflicted by the same struggle as me.

During my stay, when life was challenging, I always had the support and safety net around me. Today, I have the skills to live out fundamental principles such as honesty, faith, courage, integrity, humility, service and more. I am currently six months sober and now have the capability to share the solution with the newcomer. Ascension House is truly one of the best gifts I have experienced and has changed my life for the better. Ascension provides support that goes above and beyond and has truly given me the skills to be successful in all aspects of my life. It is a blessing to have gotten to live, learn and grow at the Ascension House.

With much gratitude,
Caroline, a recovering addict