Apr 17, 2017
Scott leads others to recovery with empathy.
Thirty years ago he was on the edge. Struggling from addiction, considering suicide, and feeling like things were unraveling. He was at rock bottom. The day after trying to kill himself, he lew home and immediately entered treatment. He lived the embarrassment, fear, and helplessness surrounding addiction. And he has come out the other side whole.
Today, Scott gets to give back. He is now 31 years sober, working to empower others on their journey. He get results.
Did you know? As founder of Second Chance, he worked to break the cycle of substance abuse, unemployment, poverty, and homelessness for 25,000 at-risk teens and adults going through the incarceration system.
This episode was recorded at the 2017 innovations In Recovery conference in San Diego CA sponsored by Foundations Recovery Network