Connecting people in recovery to the resources they need

We help people recovering from substance use disorders to access the resources they need be successful in their recovery.

Connecting people in recovery to the resources they need

We help people recovering from substance use disorders to access the resources they need be successful in their recovery.

Our Mission

We are dedicated to promoting sustainable long-term recovery from substance use disorders through an approach that addresses all stakeholders in the recovery community. We believe there are multiple pathways to recovery, and we connect people to resources, organizations, and peers that can help them succeed in their recovery journey.

Our Mission

We are dedicated to promoting sustainable long-term recovery from substance use disorders through an approach that addresses all stakeholders in the recovery community. We believe there are multiple pathways to recovery, and we connect people to resources, organizations, and peers that can help them succeed in their recovery journey.

CONNECT

We connect people to the resources they need to be successful in their recovery. We work with multiple organizations and individuals in the recovery community to address not only people’s substance use disorders but the other needs that are important to long-term recovery – including housing, employment, security, and personal development.

EMPOWER

We empower people to pursue their individual path of recovery by providing individualized coaching and promoting access to resources and tools that promote sustainable long-term recovery. We facilitate links between organizations and leaders in the recovery community to help them achieve their recovery-focused missions.

ADVOCATE

We advocate to reduce the stigma of substance use disorders and recovery and to understand addiction as a chronic condition. We promote multiple pathways to recovery that address both short-term and long-term needs to encourage  long-term, sustainable recovery. We believe in supporting other organizations in the recovery community as they pursue their missions.

GROW

We are committed to growing as an organization to expand and enhance our support of the recovery community. We believe in learning and broadening our understanding of recovery from substance use disorders. We are open to exploring novel solutions and are committed to working with organizations who provide new perspectives on pathways to recovery.

Our Mission

We are dedicated to promoting sustainable long-term recovery from substance use disorders through an approach that addresses all stakeholders in the recovery community. We believe there are multiple pathways to recovery, and we connect people to resources, organizations, and peers that can help them succeed in their recovery journey.

CONNECT

We connect people to the resources they need to be successful in their recovery. We work with multiple organizations and individuals in the recovery community to address not only people’s substance use disorders but the other needs that are important to long-term recovery – including housing, employment, security, and personal development.

EMPOWER

We empower people to pursue their individual path of recovery by providing individualized coaching and promoting access to resources and tools that promote sustainable long-term recovery. We facilitate links between organizations and leaders in the recovery community to help them achieve their recovery-focused missions.

ADVOCATE

We advocate to reduce the stigma of substance use disorders and recovery and to understand addiction as a chronic condition. We promote multiple pathways to recovery that address both short-term and long-term needs to encourage  long-term, sustainable recovery. We believe in supporting other organizations in the recovery community as they pursue their missions.

GROW

We are committed to growing as an organization to expand and enhance our support of the recovery community. We believe in learning and broadening our understanding of recovery from substance use disorders. We are open to exploring novel solutions and are committed to working with organizations who provide new perspectives on pathways to recovery.

OUR TEAM

OUR TEAM

Barry Henson

Founder and President


Barry is a person of long-term recovery and has been actively serving in the recovery community since 2004. He is also a CARES and provides peer support and recovery coaching. He serves at the world services level with the 12 Step community. He holds an MBA from Georgia State University. He serves on the board of several community organizations and lives his recovery out loud.

Diana Holmes

Treasurer


Diana is person of long-term recovery since 1979. She is an enrolled agent with the IRS with many years of experience in accounting, tax preparation, and bookkeeping. She has been an active member of the 12 Step recovery community for over four decades.

Darryll Stinson

Board Member


Darryl is an entrepreneur, pastor, speaker, and most importantly a person of long-term recovery. He is executive pastor of Growth Ministries at Life Church International in Duluth, GA, where he oversees guest experience, small groups, and community outreach. He is the founder of SeondChanceAthletes.com, a holistic athletic transition service for current, former, and forgotten athletes. He is also a partner with Fellowship of Christian Athletes to help athletes better their character, faith, and athletic performance.

Fred Johnson

Board Member


Fred is a person of long-term recovery with almost three decades as a respected member of the recovery community and an active member of 12 steps fellowships. Fred is a business owner and a respected member of the business community. His philanthropic work has helped many, and he has built a legacy of service to those seeking recovery.

Amanda Ippolito

Board Member


Amanda is a person of long-term recovery. She is a CPS-AD and is active in the recovery community where she works in peer support. She advocates strongly for those seeking recovery and lives her recovery out loud. She is also an active participating member of the 12 step community where she serves at the world services level.

Barry Henson

Founder and President


Barry is a person of long-term recovery and has been actively serving in the recovery community since 2004. He is also a CARES and provides peer support and recovery coaching. He serves at the world services level with the 12 Step community. He holds an MBA from Georgia State University. He serves on the board of several community organizations and lives his recovery out loud.

Diana Holmes

Treasurer


Diana is person of long-term recovery since 1979. She is an enrolled agent with the IRS with many years of experience in accounting, tax preparation, and bookkeeping. She has been an active member of the 12 Step recovery community for over four decades.

Darryll Stinson

Board Member


Darryl is an entrepreneur, pastor, speaker, and most importantly a person of long-term recovery. He is executive pastor of Growth Ministries at Life Church International in Duluth, GA, where he oversees guest experience, small groups, and community outreach. He is the founder of SeondChanceAthletes.com, a holistic athletic transition service for current, former, and forgotten athletes. He is also a partner with Fellowship of Christian Athletes to help athletes better their character, faith, and athletic performance.

Fred Johnson

Board Member


Fred is a person of long-term recovery with almost three decades as a respected member of the recovery community and an active member of 12 steps fellowships. Fred is a business owner and a respected member of the business community. His philanthropic work has helped many, and he has built a legacy of service to those seeking recovery.

Amanda Ippolito

Board Member


Amanda is a person of long-term recovery. She is a CPS-AD and is active in the recovery community where she works in peer support. She advocates strongly for those seeking recovery and lives her recovery out loud. She is also an active participating member of the 12 step community where she serves at the world services level.