Well, to be honest, CASH is home to me. I’ve been in the whole program since 2017. I was looking at a long time in prison, but instead of that, I got to be a part of CASH. As part of my diversion program, I had to check in with the court every month with my case manager and give a progress report. I went to a rehab that they put me in for 4 months, then I moved into a transitional place that they paid for. I also attended the ReSET diversion class. I liked it because we learned a lot. That went really well for a year, and I got my felony reduced to a misdemeanor.
Unfortunately for me, I wasn’t able to stay clean. But, they continued to stick by my side and guide me with the help I needed. I’ve had tons of support and love from every staff member at CASH. I’ve had my ups and downs and they’ve seen it all. I eventually ended up pregnant and they walked through every step with me. They also got me connected to very wonderful doctors. I just love my health clinic. CASH has made me the independent, self-sufficient woman that I am. They helped me help myself. Today, I work full-time, live with my son, and continue to build my future. My opinion about it all is – it worked for me!