Millions of people globally deal with addiction. Some people within that population end up finding support and overcome the illness. Victoria Doramus was one of those people. She is currently a recovery expert, and remembers a time she viewed life as not manageable. Victoria attended a drug rehab facility for the first time during 2011. She was 26 years of age. Upon completing the 45 day treatment she ended up relapsing. During 2017, she was granted entry to a long-term rehab center. While she was in the program known as treatment for frequent relapsers, Victoria Doramus rediscovered herself.
She was required to work full time and go to Alcoholics Anonymous meetings with a sponsor. Victoria (@iamvictorialynn) would stay consistent and complete the 4 month program. She then relocated to New York and started working for various nonprofit agencies. To this day, she still attends AA meetings and states that these meetings have helped her push through tough times. Attending these group meetings has also helped her stay humble; as she sees people dealing with addiction on different levels.
Victoria Doramus has a vision to start a halfway house treatment in the New York area. This center will assist people who suffer form addiction but want a fresh start. This goal of hers has kept her focus. Being able to help others just as she was helped gives her a rewarding feeling. She desires to help people find their proper support system so that they can stay on track. Many people dealing with drug addiction make the mistake of trying to deal with it alone she mentions. She recognizes that her former addictions were signs of deeper issues. On her Facebook account, Victoria Doramus now has the experience and passion to help assist those who need it the most. As with any issue in life, getting help form someone whose been there is vital.
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