When David arrived at Harvest House, he was at his rock bottom. Facing prison time due to his long history with substance abuse, this was his last chance to make his life right. He did that by telling himself that no matter what, he was not going to use any mind-altering substances again.
Since 1992, Harvest House has worked to heal our community of the addiction crisis and end the cycles of generational trauma.
Gabe and Hollis met in New Mexico 12 years ago. Hollis, originally from Tampa, FL, was teaching high school and working on her master’s degree in Geology at the University of New Mexico.
One of our donors recently received this email from a personal friend. This is an excellent example (one of many) of how your support of Harvest House has a direct impact on so many lives.
I volunteered for six yrs., not the under pressure of a judge or family. I had a plethora of impediments and no support from my superiors resulting in an ‘Under than honorable discharge…”
While growing up in Staten Island, NY, Joe ran with a tough crowd and became alienated from his family. “I grew up with some really horrendous people,” Joe recalls.
Alexis was a featured guest at the 2017 Home Again Luncheon, an annual fundraiser lunch for Harvest House that allows our community of supporters and partners to come together to review the year behind us and the year ahead. Here is Alexis’ speech from that day.
“I was alone, living out of my car in the Walmart Parking lot for two months.” Keenan (whose name has been changed) was just 17.