You Did It For Kevin

In 1998, Kevin was released from the VA Hospital and came to Catholic Charities’ Matt Talbot for Recovering Men, where he entered residential treatment for overcoming addiction. “I wanted to stay sober,” explains Kevin, who completed 90 days and then moved into a sober-living home. Kevin continued to visit Matt Talbot every day: “God kept bringing me back.”

Kevin knew he wanted to give back and help others fighting addictions. In 2005, he was hired as a residential assistant at Matt Talbot and was promoted to senior residential assistant in 2014. Recently, Kevin started a Heroin Anonymous recovery program that reaches out to addicts of this deadly drug. “God gave me this opportunity. Now I can help others see a better life.”

Matt Talbot for Men and Matt Talbot for Women offer intensive residential treatment for people fighting addiction. In 2016, Matt Talbot for Women expanded, opening a second treatment facility to meet the growing needs of the community

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