The true story of Kenneth, who spent his childhood knowing he was different, and 20 years addicted to cocaine and other drugs–until a judge referred him to treatment at Phoenix House.
When he entered treatment at age 17, Ali just wanted to know what it was like to watch a movie without being high. After graduating, he embarked on an acting career and has been clean and sober for 29 years.
“My experience at Phoenix House helped me bring back the person I was before I started dealing and using.”
Joe started dealing and using drugs when he was discharged from the military. It took several arrests, a life on the streets, two decades, and a stay at Phoenix House for him to commit to his long-term recovery–and others’.
“I have over 17 years drug free and am fiercely proud of that, and protective of my sobriety. I continue to work on myself to be solid in my recovery and in my personal and professional growth.”