Meet Our Alumni Coordinator
As the Alumni Coordinator at the Farley Center, I have the privilege of playing a vital role in the lives of those who have completed their residential treatment for a substance use disorder. My responsibilities encompass a range of activities that contribute to the ongoing support and growth of our alumni.
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From overseeing the operations of our campus bookstore to teaching educational classes on the 12-step program rooted in the AA principles. I strive to provide the tools and resources necessary for individuals to maintain their individual sobriety journeys when they return home.
Additionally, I organize daily, weekly, and monthly meetings and special events, specifically tailored for our alumni which are geared towards creating a supportive and engaging community where they can share their unique experiences, strengths, and hope.
“As the Alumni Coordinator at the Farley Center, I have the privilege of playing a vital role in the lives of those who have completed their residential treatment for a substance use disorder.”
Being a part of the Farley family and the sober community is a constant source of gratitude for me. Witnessing the transformation and progress made by our alumni is truly inspiring. The opportunity to be a sober resource allows me to offer guidance and assistance to our patients whenever they need it. Seeing individuals overcome challenges, take control of their lives, and flourish in their recovery is an incredibly rewarding experience. It is this sense of fulfillment and the knowledge that I am making a positive impact in the lives of others that makes me deeply thankful to be a part of the Farley family.