Having concluded that all things work together for the good of those who are called according to his purpose. This journey had to make meaning so I felt that there must have been a reason behind and beyond. There was a purpose, and I had to use this journey to help others. Once I was safely on the journey of recovery, I began my first support group called Drug Stop back in 2004, I also opened a helpline in the Star newspaper for anyone struggling with addiction. I began preaching every Sunday night at the church on the theme all Freedom from Addiction. A big banner was placed on the outside of the church with the words: Freedom from Addiction. My ministry to addicts evolved into opening Drug-Free SA, a haven for addicts back in 2007. The ministry to addicts continued and initiatives such as Recovery Café which was an outreach to addicts normally run from a coffee shop on Friday nights. 2013 opened Healing Choices Sober Living Home and Treatment Centre; Continued this ministry all the way till January 2021. We, the directors have decided to close the inpatient treatment center. I still do counsel people on a one-to-one basis on all types of addictions, I still do write a lot about addiction and speak on the subject. Still in line with behind and beyond our journey and experience must have meaning and purpose. My focus today is writing a manual on how to train facilitators in the communities to run addiction support groups. This project is called My-Recovery and it envisions training community leaders, pastors, and facilitators on how to address and provide sustainable solutions to the communities that are riddled with addiction. We plan to establish self-sustaining My-Recovery support groups with material available in the ethnic language of the people to whom we seek to help.