I finally felt like I had a place where I didn’t have to adhere to a certain idea, believe this, do that, or prove anything,

This freedom to be, to choose, this assertion of the power of our autonomy. The notion that individuals know what is best for them is something that rather than exclude certain people from the world of recovery, as many recovery pathways unintentionally do, invites people to recover together instead. This is nothing short of revolutionary.

Coreen Braden

Hello, my name is Coreen Braden, and I am a person in long-term recovery. To me that means being able to have an open and honest relationship with my family, […]

Rocky Doom

Rocky Doom Paducah, KY Chapter Lead – I’m a member of Young People in Recovery because it provides a public channel for my voice to be heard. I love being […]

Britny Rice

Britny Rice – Columbus, OH – The road to recovery is never an easy one. That fact is a given. I wanted to give up so many times. Becoming a […]

Tee Scott

  My name is Tee Scott, YPR Chapter lead for Baltimore, MD. My connection with YPR is driven by its vision. A vision where all young people have the resources […]

Dnechelle Pascol

“I believe in alignment and attracting experiences that are meant for you on this journey and My involvement with YPR is one of healing. I am here to heal, and […]

Dan Burley

  Hi, my name is Dan Burley and I am a recovery ally. I am a retired Aerospace Engineer and ex-corporate pilot with a heart to serve the community. I’m […]

Candice Seay

  Being a part of my community has been one of the biggest contributors to my success in recovery. During my active addiction, I was always seeking a sense of […]

Brian Dierks

My name is Brian Dierks and I’m a person in active recovery.  I work with Young People in Recovery as a National Chapter Coordinator and Institutional Advancement Coordinator. My story begins […]