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Thank you for this article. May I ask how you were able to get clean, and get off the streets?

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There are a few articles I wrote about my recovery at carlosjeronimo.com but, Real determination help me find a way out. It's different for everybody. Making baby steps to stay clean for a few days got my mind sober and clean to find activities to avoid alcohol. Then someone help me find a room and a job. it sounds quick but there's a lot involve. I propose myself to stay clean for 3 months, when I achieve it, I strive for a 4th month...after that, I got momentum, I kept sobriety as my most precious treasure.

Thanks for your interest. I love to share my testimony of recovery.

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Bless you friend. I have worked directly with the homeless community in Colorado on and off for 10 years. My outreach usually ends in heartache but I’ll continue to help and not become jaded.

I look forward to reading more about your testimony.

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In most cases it is very difficult to help them. Depending on the psychological, physical and mental damage caused by homelessness and addictions. But as you say... let's not faint because in all cases, as long as one person is healed, we are already doing our part in a great humanitarian cause.

Blessings and I'm looking forward to keep reading your articles.

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