This from BustedHalo.com...
Sarah had hit rock bottom. She was 31 years old and had been charged with her second DUI. A mother of two and engaged to be married, she was separated from her family and spent 20 days in jail before entering treatment.
"I went into treatment May 31, 2011," Sarah said. "I was thinking of that last night as my last hoorah. Hoorah it wasn't. I was given the breathalyzer when I got there and went straight to detox for two days before even starting the program."
Sarah, who has alcoholism on both sides of her family received treatment from Campus for Hope, a program of Catholic Charities of Omaha. The program provided her with a sense of support for all that she was going through.
"I didn't ask for this addiction, I deal with it and work on it every day," she said. "It does become easier though, and I have Campus for Hope to thank for that.
"I met people that were in the same boat I was, and I realized I wasn't an outcast. I believe this was a God thing. I am still friends with many of the people from the program almost a year later."
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