West Virginia Family Support has changed my life tremendously. My recovery coach has given me the tools I need to have a successful life. I went from not leaving my house and losing my kids to going out every day doing volunteer work and getting to see my kids every weekend. I feel like my life has a purpose now. I thank Family Support for that!
My recovery coach and therapist have been the backbone in my sobriety since I made the decision to come out here. My therapy sessions have helped me to teach me how to use my coping skills when things get rough. My recovery coach has been there for me when no one else was whether it was to take me to the gym to blow off some steam or lend an ear to listen when there were things I needed to talk about. For that, I am grateful and most of all grateful for this program.
“Hi, my name is Myesha Simley, a Recovery Addict.
I came to WV Family Support on April 4, 2022. When I first came to Recovery it was hard, I was hardheaded broken down tired of life and over everything. But the journey being in Recovery has made me Stronger than I have ever been. Therapy with the amazing Ms. Emily has grounded me to love myself again she always their when needed and no matter she has loved me when I couldn’t love myself. My Peer Recovery Coaches That’s when it gets real. When you talk about tough love constructive criticism I never thought it meant so much I never thought that I would respect constructive criticism but when you have people who genuinely love you no matter your flaws no matter if you’re even loving yourself today they will love you until you learn how to love yourself they support you they listen to you but most of all they give you praise when it’s needed they don’t just watch you grow and not commend you for growing that’s when you know you’re in a good program.. so, if you’re thinking about giving up if you thinking about you don’t matter in life forget about that because you matter we matter everyone matters even if you’re recovering addict doesn’t matter where you start it matters where you finish and how you finish it’s not who you are now. It’s who you choose to become.