“I have always felt out of place. Walking into The Cedar House I found my sense of belonging. People who knew my day to day struggles. They did not judge, instead they embraced me. Without this community I would not be alive today. They have shown me a new way of living.” – Kendra
“My youngest son died in a car accident when he was trying to get home. He and I had been walking thru recovery together and he had relapsed. When his car went off the bridge he was just 5 miles from home. I couldn’t save him but I can help someone’s daughter, someone’s sister or mother to make it home safely those last 5 miles. That’s what The Cedar House means to me getting someone home safe thru those last 5 miles.” – Patti O.
“When I came to The Cedar House, after treatment, I was broken and lost. I was introduced and welcomed into the fellowship, the community and a spiritual way of living; All within The Cedar House saved my life. After just over a year I have a more positive outlook on life. I have been very blessed.” – Elizabeth
“Living in the Cedar House has provided me the structure I so desperately needed for my recovery along with the sisterhood, friendships, fellowship and how to live my life one day at a time. I have Now learned many new tools to take away and live a sober happy life. My spirituality and personal relationship with God is SO much more than I ever imagined possible. I am eternally grateful that God led me to the Cedar House. I now have hope for the first time for a new life and founding out who I truly am. ” – Brina
“This has been an amazing journey for me to be a part of. The greatest joy is watching the women who come to live at The Cedar House blossom as they regain control over their lives that addiction had destroyed.” – Cindy