Lamar’s Recovery Story
Recovery, Life, Beautiful, Stigma, Education, Individuals, Clients, Families, Treatment, Healthcare, People, Experiences, Recovery is Beautiful, Treatment Works, People Recover, Blueprint, Recovery Vision, Recovery-Oriented System of Care, ROSC
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As I go on with my recovery, I think that first it was very hard overcoming my fear of being in crowds and people just passing by. Being a victim of a crime affects the way I think makes it hard for me to trust people. Just going to work and coming home with very limited contact with people lead me to shut down from becoming a people person. Then I began to come to the Recovery Center, and it is slowly but surely leading me back to being a people person and living life outside the box.

— Lamar’s Recovery Story