I hated being me.

I hated being me.

“I hated being me.” Before coming to Another Chance House, Shorty wished himself dead.  Trauma and grief made escape through drugs his way of life.  Living on the streets, he worked to earn money for his next fix, hoping he simply wouldn’t wake up....

Taking the Training Wheels Off in Transition

Brian (left) and Robert (right) live in an Another Chance House Transitional Home.  The men share how this program helps them continue their progress and dream about their future: “Moving from the Main House to Transition is like taking off the training wheels.  We...
Living Life to the Full

Living Life to the Full

“The programs at Another Chance House allowed me time and a safe place to clear up the wreckage of from my past.  I was offered priceless opportunities to focus on rebuilding and improving my life,” says former Another Chance House resident Tracy. His roommate, Tim,...
From Deep Darkness to Light

From Deep Darkness to Light

Before coming to Another Chance House, Robert’s life nearly ended, literally.  “I experienced the deepest darkness; I know God saved me that night.  There’s no other explanation for my being alive.  I was alone and isolated.  I had overdosed.  The cop who saved me was...
Giving Back

Giving Back

***Update*** Michael was awarded the Victorious Heart Award by the Amarillo’s Community Campaign for the Homeless in 2021.  During his interview he mentioned many area agencies who helped him in his journey to self-sufficiency as well as his advisor at Wayland...
Restored through Recovery

Restored through Recovery

Ernesto says he was “lost and broken” before coming to Another Chance House (ACH). “I wanted to die. I didn’t recognize myself when I looked in the mirror. I needed help. Losing my father to addiction was the end for me. We’d used together…the drugs ended his...