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Joey Weinert

Candace Leos

Joey Weinert: Recovery From Drug & Alcohol Addiction
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Jessyka Quintero

Candace Leos

    Jessyka Quintero: A New Outlook on Life
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JULY
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Georgia B.

Candace Leos

Georgia B: A Volunteer’s Story I started volunteering at The Midnight Mission (when I got sober) in 1993 as a holiday volunteer. I had lost everything, hit bottom and was in the process of rebuilding my life. There was a group of people from my home group coming down to volunteer, and I just followed what everyone else was doing. Plus, I was interested in The Midnight because I have always had a deep and profound fear of being homeless.

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JULY
17

Clancy I.

Candace Leos

Clancy I: Managing Director If you ask Clancy Imislund what brings him back to The Midnight Mission day after day, the witty response you may get is “the 10 freeway”. At 90 years old, Clancy is still at the top of his game. Known worldwide for his leadership in the 12-step community and his affiliation with The Midnight, he is very much, a man on the move. This year marks his 40th year as Managing Director of The Midnight and

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JULY
17

Don H.

Candace Leos

Don H: Finding Purpose After surviving twenty-five years of addiction, Don Halfenberg found his calling in life. He had spent a big chunk of his young life partying, drinking, and doing drugs. It wasn’t until working at The Midnight Mission where he would uncover his greatest purpose. Tragedy was an unfortunate reality in Don’s life. At eighteen years old, Don lost his brother when his brother’s friend drunkenly drove off a cliff. Don was spiraling out of control. He was

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