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Addiction Will End Your Life, Recovery Will Change Your Story!!

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Addiction Will End Your Life, Recovery Will Change Your Story!!

My name is mackenzie i am 16 years old from circleville ohio, when I was 14 years old I started smokinging weed, but after about a year I wasn't getting the same high I wanted to get. I was introduced to pain killers and I just fell completely in love!! I didn't have to feel my feeling anymore I could just do a pain pill and it will all just go away. But after awhile I started stealing, lying, & minupulaiting to the people I cared most about. I was put on probation & I went to jail for stealing at age 15, I got out and did the same things I was doing before I went it. So therefor I was still doing drugs, I failed my first drug test for my probation officer so he put me in the pars program in which I didn't care about I was just going to play the system but little did I know that system was smarter than me. I was put back in jail for stealing again and failing another drug test, but that still didn't stop me! I started to get tired of the pill buzz so I loved on to herion and crack cocain, I was stealing money from my work, my family & anyone that i could steal it from to get my high, at age 16 I was still failing my drug test and got charged with a feloney 5 I was looking at juvinial prison time. My counseler recomended that they send me to rehab instead, I hated everyone at that point because I did not want to quit, But once I got there and got clean I was so happy at where I was!! I spent 104 days in Bassett house in Athens ohio, it was the best 104 days in my whole life I am now 226 days clean and loving my life & everyone in it!!!


This Story of Hope was created in celebration of recovery and to let families know that there are pathways to hope and healing. The Partnership for Drug-Free Kids is the only nonprofit organization dedicated to helping families who are struggling with their son or daughter's substance use. Please consider sharing this page so that families know where to turn to for help, and that there is always hope.

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