Carl and Jennie share how the Walk It Out program helped clients to increase their exercise and physical health.
Nora shares how after her mother passed away, she took responsibility for brother Jeff’s care. Jeff and Nora share what the CHOICE developmental disability day program and staff have meant to them.
In 2010, Ellen introduced Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter at a nonprofit fundraiser dinner. This request was both an incredible honor for Ellen and a tribute to her own amazing recovery story. Read how DeKalb CSB played a part in her journey…read more
Frederick and Telisa share how the staff at the Kirkwood Psychosocial Rehabilitation Program help them to overcome their past and gain greater independence so they can lead fuller lives
Brenda shares how she overcame a family history of addiction and abuse. Through the help of Clifton Springs Mental Health Center and the Mental Health Residential Services, Brenda is turning her life around!
Gregory shares how he rediscovered his artistic talent through the encouragement of staff at the DeKalb Community Service Board’s Clifton Springs recovery program. Gregory expanded his talent from drawing in black and white to painting in brilliant colors.
Moses shares his story of overcoming substance abuse and mental health challenges. DeKalb Community Service Board’s Clifton Springs staff encouraged him to pursue his talents, and as a result music has played a powerful role in his recovery.
Patty and her husband have gained peace of mind since their two sons started attending the DeKalb Services Center nearly 30 years ago. The center is a DeKalb Community Service Board day program serving 120 adults with developmental disabilities.