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Before entering The Beacon House in 2017 for a heroin addiction, Archie Hoggan had lost everything of meaning in his life, including his profession, home, family, and his children. The Beacon House transformed Archie and allowed him to finally break the chains of addiction. Archie was able to be reunited with his daughters Indie and Mae.
Most importantly, he has meaning and purpose derived from being of service to others who are still stuck in the disease of addiction. Archie feels honored and privileged to lead the Beacon House. He is striving to ensure the same recovery that was freely offered to him lasts for generations to come.
Chief Compliance Officer
“Addiction is a battle, but every person who walks through our doors is a warrior. It takes courage to seek help, strength to endure the journey, and perseverance to overcome. Remember, you are not defined by your past, but by the hope and promise of your future. Let us walk together and build a brighter tomorrow, one step at a time.”
“We get to be witnesses of the miracles and transformations that happen here everyday.”
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