Never Too Late: How I Quit After 30 Years

“I believed that the only thing I was good for was doing dope.” For 30 years, Clay slid further and further into his addiction. Nothing could stop him - not his father’s suicide, not his girlfriend’s murder, not his numerous failed attempts at sobriety. But on his 6th trip to The Salvation Army’s addiction recovery program in Albuquerque, NM, he suddenly heard a voice cut through the silence: “Are you ready, Clay?" Watch his story to see how he answered.

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