Volunteers of America graduate Amy Kalber spent years struggling with her addiction, but today, she has been sober for more than five years after receiving Volunteers of America's life-saving services at Freedom House. Amy, who is now working towards a social work degree at the University of Louisville and was the keynote speaker at our 2016 Power of 1 Breakfast, shared with attendees that during her recovery, Volunteers of America helped her rediscover who she is as a person at her deepest core.

"I showed up to Volunteers of America completely broken. I didn't know who I was, if anything could be salvaged. I had no idea that I had just been placed exactly where I needed to be.

"I can stand up with complete pride and tell each and every one of you that today, I am a productive member of society who finally gives more than she takes, and I work with others in the hopes of passing this kind of life on. This is my story because Volunteers of America answered my call."

Watch the video below to learn more about Amy and how Volunteers of America helped her fight and win her battle against addiction.

If you or a loved one is struggling with the disease of addiction, Volunteers of America Mid-States can help you today. We offer a comprehensive system of effective care ranging from assessment, outpatient treatment, long-term residential treatment and aftercare services. Our programs provide clinical services by licensed and trained addiction treatment professionals with a focus on recovery.

Volunteers of America is now serving anyone who needs help with their addiction, including individuals covered by Medicaid or who need to pay according to a sliding scale. Please contact our experienced and caring staff at 502-635-4530.