Letter Of Hope

By: Erin Marcoe Being in the Center for Change has changed my life forever! I now know who I really am and I have realized that who I am is…

Letter Of Hope

By: Angela Hobbs It wasn’t long before I came into the Center that I was driving in a really bad thunder storm. The rain was so thick that the windshield…

Dearest Women and Young Women

By: Jenn Smith I want you to know that I believe in you and your great strength. I believe in your recovery and your ability to recover. We have been…

Letter Of Hope

By: Former Client “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that…

Letter Of Hope

By: Jane (Name changed to protect confidentiality – Jane is the patient in the previous “A Story of Hope”) Darling CFCers, awesome techaroos, and fabulous staffers, too:  I can’t describe…

Letter Of Hope

By: Gina Paulino Dear Girls: I just want to start by saying how much I love and appreciate every single one of you. You girls have made my stay here…

Letter Of Hope

By: Holly Patterson To My Bestest Friends, Wow! My ninety days used to seem like it would last forever, but what looked like a miserable journey has sadly come to…

Letter Of Hope

By: Nikki Hartman – Former Patient When I walked into Center for Change, I was sure there was no hope. I had tried to change everything around me and nothing…

A Commitment to Change

By: Heather Watts Change! What does it really mean to me? What makes me want to change, and why? Is it permanent? These are a few of the questions that…

Letter of Hope

By: a Former Patient So scared and frail, the desire to die, pain and anguish Coming in here completely ready to give up I take another shot at trying to…

OVERCOMING AN EATING DISORDER

By: Summer On August 8, 1996, I came to Center for Change because I knew I needed help and treatment through inpatient care to overcome my bulimia. I realized that…

The Center for Change Experience

By: Denise Harker September 6, 1996 — My experience at the Center for Change has been the most valuable experience of my life; it’s almost indescribable. I came in with…

Letter of Hope

By: Denise Harker September 6, 1996 Life had become unbearable. I wasn’t living, I was just going through the motions. I had just graduated from the University of Utah with…