When he graduated from high school, his brother introduced him to methamphetamines. Later, his girlfriend introduced him to heroin. For the next 12 years, his life revolved around drugs and what he had to do to keep them coming.
“I got to the point where I didn’t care anymore. I slept outside. My only motivation was to go get high. That’s when things started getting really bad. I kept getting picked up and arrested over and over.” Read More
The people we serve come from every community and background. They’ve endured all manner of hardship and survived heartbreaking trauma. But their stories of victory prove that transformation is possible and hope is alive at the Mission.