After multiple rehab facilities and treatment centers, Anthony did not give up hope. He discusses how his son is beating his active addiction through long-term addiction support offered by the Manor of Hope program.

From the video:

If it wasn’t for this program I think my son wouldn’t be here today

“When we found out that my son Steven was addicted to drugs, my wife Janice and I were extremely shocked and devastated. Steven had come from a normal middle-class family and we raised him with some good moral values so we were extremely disappointed and heartbroken that this happened to him.”

“It devastated the family physically emotionally and financially. We also have a daughter and there was an estrangement there that took many years to get them back together. Fortunately, due to The Manor of Hope, this reconciliation did happen between my son and my daughter.”

“The last time Steven went into rehab which was back in January of 2017. I really thought that this was going to be the end for him – he didn’t look good. You know, this disease is progressive and it only gets worse and worse. After he had completed his stint at rehab, I had heard about the Manor of Hope program and had come out to meet with you and discuss it. My wife Janice and I talked about it and we really felt that this would be a great program for Steven to get involved in if he was really serious.

“It was a leap of faith, because it was a new program and we didn’t know what to expect but I can say here honestly, that if it wasn’t for this program, I think my son wouldn’t be around here today. So I really appreciate everything the Manor of Hope has done for him and I hope he continues on in his recovery. So far so good, and all we can do is hope for the best and take it one day at a time.”