There was a lot of time before I came here that I knew I had a problem. A lot. And I even used to, I remember going to a few AA meetings and I would be drunk as a skunk. In fact, one time, a woman at one of the meetings offered to drive me home. But I knew that I had an issue but I didn’t tell anybody.
My son, you know, I was trying to hide this for my boy, we live together. And again he didn’t even know I had a problem and we were together all the time. But I remember one time, I passed out on the couch and the coffee table and the floor all at once and I just remember my son trying to help me up. And it just broke my heart and I still have that picture. Sad to put him through that. He never said anything.
He was really happy when he heard I was coming here, but he never ever voiced any concerns, any issue. And the next thing I know, I got a knock on my door and I was passed out on the couch and it was Justin. And I opened my door. I said just, “What are you doing here?”
And he said, “What are you doing here?”
And then right then, Mike came to the door, my best friend came to the door, and they were all there and ready to take me. So they told me to go in the back and pack a bag. And then I woke up at the detox house at 101.
Wavelengths, to me, the difference is the family feeling. The way everybody genuinely cares about everybody. There’s no judgment. No nobody that makes you feel less than. Everybody makes you feel better about yourself, you know.
Warren is always here and he cares so much about everybody and I really think that that’s the difference. Because he is just so hands-on. I mean every client, he knows their story, he knows it’s about their family. He knows what they’re going through and he’s always there. Everybody goes through a different story, a different addiction, a different circumstance. Wavelengths is the one I always hear, Wavelengths is the one that stuck, Wavelengths is the one that made it work. There’s something magical about Wavelengths and I truly believe it’s Warren and the way they care so much.