Volunteer Spotlight Dallas SnellDallas SnellArza Demi, the Volunteer Coordinator at C4R, was responsive, patient, and thorough in helping me get onboarded as a volunteer, walking me through the orientation process, and easing me into Continue Reading Dallas Snell Jerry HardinJerry HardinI wanted to give back as other have given me in my time of need, as Communities for Recovery helped me, I wanted to help others. Continue Reading Jerry Hardin Pamela CasanovaPamela CasanovaI have learned to become part of a community that not only enables me to grow and learn, but to be able to give back to those Continue Reading Pamela Casanova Denise KilpatrickDenise KilpatrickWhat I really needed was a place I could find a purpose and a community that would support me in my recovery and after my first meeting Continue Reading Denise Kilpatrick Julia SanchezJulia SanchezFirst time I came in Communities for Recovery I was at the bottom of my life. I had CPS case; I was about to lose my child. Continue Reading Julia Sanchez C.A.C.A.What made CforR so dramatically different, in my opinion, was that from the very beginning I never once felt like I was just another volunteer. Continue Reading C.A. Ramis B.Ramis B.Volunteering is a way of me making living amends to my family, to my friends, to people that I let hurt with my actions in the past. Continue Reading Ramis B.