Community healing...One family at a time. Reach Out Find a Meeting The Courage Centerprovides a safe, supportive, recovery-focused setting for young people and families on their recovery journey. SupportFilling the gaps in the community. EducationAddiction & recovery education. AwarenessRaising hope in the community. Recovery News and Information Treatment Did Not Fix Me By Brock Sansbury | 2019-01-15 Treatment did not fix me, nor was I forced to go, and thank God for that. Before you get all sideways, let me explain. I truly wish being dipped into the treatment water would’ve cured all my problems, erased my past life, and put me on an equal playing field with the rest of the… Valentines Day Promo By The Courage Center | 2019-01-10 Form more information, see our flyer page, or register on EventBrite. Register Share this: on Twitter on Facebook on Google+ Nine Words By Brock Sansbury | 2018-12-10 As I stood next to my father’s hospital bed I calculated it had been four years since we had seen each other, and two years since we had spoken. Death is an interesting thing; in fact, it’s the only thing that is absolute in life, so good luck with those grudges you’re holding. When my… Navigating the Gauntlet By Brock Sansbury | 2018-11-14 It was a weekday, maybe a Tuesday, and I was downtown with people who I thought were friends, but like me, they had punched their one-way ticket to Pain Station without reserve. ALL ABOARD!! It’s amazing how little your problem seems once you’ve surrounded yourself with “good company.” The definition of a parasite is an… You Owe Me A Coffee By Brock Sansbury | 2018-10-18 I’m not sure what upset me most – the fact that I’m a diva and like expensive coffee, so what I spit out at the remark had to be at least $2.12, or how someone so close to me understands so little about addiction. The comments were stemming from a recent news article detailing a… Recipes for Recovery By Brock Sansbury | 2018-10-15 The knock was loud, somewhat frightening as the sunlight pierced through the crust lining that held my eyes shut. I don’t know where I am or who I’ve become. I’m not sure who is on the other side of the door. Is it the cops to inform me that I was involved in a hit-and-run…123…5Next » Sign up for our newsletter Please enter a valid email address. Subscribe! Something went wrong. Please check your entries and try again.