Thank you to reporter Tevin Stinson and the Winston-Salem Chronicle for this story on William and our program Project Cornerstone!
The road to recovery and overcoming addiction can be a long, strenuous journey. Since 1995 Samaritan Ministries’ Project Cornerstone has worked to ensure that men in Forsyth County and surrounding communities don’t have to make that journey alone.
Project Cornerstone is a residential long-term program for former substance abusers. Men live at Samaritan while overcoming addictions, developing job and life skills, and working toward becoming self-sufficient. Since its beginnings, the program has served over 150 men, including Winston-Salem native William Bailey, who has been drug-free for nearly a decade thanks to the guidance he received while in the program. And now Bailey is paying it forward by working at Samaritan Ministries.
You can read the full story here 👉 https://wschronicle.com/samaritan-ministries-project-cornerstone-was-an-answer-to-prayer/https://lnkd.in/edPPH88u
For more info pls. visit our website at www.SamaritanForsyth.org