Nick was brought up in an extraordinarily good home with no hints of addiction in the past or on the horizon. Things changed while at a fraternity party in college, however, when he tried cocaine for the first time and was instantly hooked.
“I started using drugs and alcohol at the age of 16,” Randal said, “and my use progressed quickly. I went from smoking marijuana to using pills and cocaine in just a matter of months.”
The residents at the Royal Pines Recovery Center in Hayden are now enjoying the numerous benefits of the commercial-grade dryers which were recently installed in the laundry facility.
George King, director of the Mission’s Royal Pines Recovery Center in Hayden, Alabama, will be live on WDJC’s Roxanne & Ace during the show’s “A Call to Prayer” time from 6:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 22.
The same grant that made the expanded freezer project possible at the Shepura Men’s Center has also positively impacted the Royal Pines Recovery Center in Hayden. The gift from an anonymous donor is providing structural renovations and new commercial-grade dryers.