Dear Nanette and Jill:
My wife and I will never be able to express our gratitude for the time you spent listening to us, being there for us, and helping us devise an accountability plan that works for us. We are literally living month to month on a retirement fund that is dwindling with each passing day.
I am trying to put my professional life back together again. If it means a few months of locum tenens to re-establish professional credibility, so be it. But I will not be impatient, resentful, and go back to drinking. I had gross physical symptoms of alcoholic hepatitis I never had before. I thought I was Superman before this past weekend. Now I know the next drink will cripple me or kill me and I am so scared.
Thank you for being supportive and not judgmental.
Please continue to help recovering addicts by being firm but compassionate, warm, and caring. You have a great business model that will make you so successful—DON’T CHANGE A WINNING COMBINATION!
“Thanks again for being there for us and guiding us through some rough waters. Your kindness and genuine concern deeply touched my soul and we are all grateful our paths crossed when they did. You are a truly gifted professional, keep on doing what you do so well.”
“Returning home to the same situations, the same friends, job and lifestyle were my biggest fears. Having a PRA with me changed all that. I was able to leave my house, go to work, meetings and family outings with the support I needed. Thank you for helping me get my life back.”
“I just want to thank Hired Power for the PRA. He was a perfect match and I can’t say enough…. He was intensely committed. This is the first time I have been clean in over 30 years. Thank you again.”
“Hired Power has been the only consistency my niece has had throughout this treatment process. Thank you”.
“I don’t look at you (Hired Power) as hiring a service, I look at you as saving my life.” (referring to his ability to stay sober after returning home).
“Thank you for your support. Having someone with me when I went home to talk with my family was more important than I ever imagined. I couldn’t have done it alone.”