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Leshia Cokley

Leshia Cokley is a comforting presence to the children at Hope House in Augusta, Georgia. She helps care for them while their mothers are in treatment here, learning to break the cycles of addiction and poverty. Many hope to regain custody of their children as they recover at this non-profit residential center for substance use and mental health disorders. It was here that Cokley transformed her own life. “During the recovery process, I learned that secrets kept me sick–that it is okay to cry and get angry because feelings are fleeting,” Cokley says. “I learned that I have had unhealthy coping skills most of my entire life.” Cokley began to heal from drug and alcohol addiction at Hope House, and acquired skills to cope with depression and become self-sufficient. Today she relishes her role as a therapeutic child care assistant teacher at the center. “It allows me to give back that which has been so freely given to me,” she says.” I am most grateful for this second chance that I have been given.”

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