“I got myself back,” Kerri says. “I learned how to love and respect myself and properly care for my family.” It’s ten o’clock in the morning of a long weekend,… Continue Reading →Continue Reading →
“Hopeless, useless, desperate and lost” Darren Petersen, the “black sheep” of his family, was reunited with his long-estranged father near the end of the year he spent in the Calgary… Continue Reading →Continue Reading →
Mike L. lost his mother a couple of times. The fact that he got her back is a miracle he attributes to a year of working through the Calgary Drug Treatment Court.
And his mom? “Getting my son back is like winning a million dollar lottery,” says Pat. “I am whole again.”…Continue Reading →
By all appearances, Pat L. was an ordinary family man. He’d rise each morning, get his kids off to school and go to work as an insulation contractor.
But in the wee hours of the night, he was a copper wire thief, so good he could make $1,000 to $5,000 every three days…Continue Reading →