Before MMAD I was a troubled kid; always making the wrong choices in life. I was an alcoholic, on ice and doing a lot of other drugs. I was in debt by over $30,000, I used women, and I loved to sing.
I first came to MMAD in 2012 at age 19, (I was a little older than some of the other kids), and spent a couple of years cleaning up my life with my mentors’ help, then moved on to volunteering and leadership, which I still do today. MMAD has changed my life, not only physically, but mentally and emotionally. I have values and morals that I still live by, I’m clean, sober, have full time employment, am out of debt, and am building my own family.
I’m looking forward to travelling overseas soon, but mostly to being a father one day so that I can give my kids the life that I never had, and the opportunities for love, a good, healthy life, and happiness, that MMAD gave to me.