Royal Pines Recovery Stories
Experimentation with opiates began at the age of 17 to help offset the negativity he experienced from social anxiety and mild depression, but by his early 20’s Stuart found himself suffocating in a constriction of chemical dependency that had woven its tentacles into...
“To me, Royal Pines means community, it’s family.”
Although the definition of Continuum of Care (CoC) can vary slightly between, the central idea is fundamentally the same; to ensure ongoing care by guiding and tracking an individual through services and housing.
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.”
Royal Pines Recovery Center is a part of the Downtown Jimmie Hale Mission, Inc., Jessie's Place is a part of Downtown Jimmie Hale Mission, Inc., a Christian-based, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, which includes a homeless shelter for men, a shelter for women and children, and recovery programs - each with learning centers. This charity is often misspelled Jimmy Hale Mission.