Tulare County Probation Chief Michelle Bonwell presents to the Tulare County board of Supervisors. CVRS, Inc congratulates the Tulare County Board of Supervisors, Chief Michelle Bonwell and her team for the vision and hard work it took to make this huge project a reality. The facility encompasses the tools and resources needed to guide a person to success. Bravo Tulare County!
Former Mothering Heights resident now giving back
I was a habitual drug user for eight years and spent most of my days incarcerated. When I found out I was pregnant with my first child, I sought treatment. I entered Mothering Heights in 2012 where I learned a new way of life...
A family restored, thanks to Pine Recovery
In 2003, I found myself in a court hearing before a judge and was thinking about what was going to happen to me because of what I had done with my life. It seemed everything in my life had gone south, including my family. CPS...
An empty soul is filled with new life
My name is Tracy and I am an addict.
Being fortunate enough to have lived long enough to make the decision to fully participate in the Drug Court Program was the biggest and most wonderful blessing I was given. Drug...
Chad was sentenced to... life without addiction
I started using alcohol and drugs before I was a teenager. By the time I became an adult I was a full blown addict.
In my forties I was looking at a 4 year prison term. I ended up at Pine. It saved my life. Thank you...
Gary went from destructive, to productive
My life started going bad when I was about 17 years old. I began using drugs and got kicked out of school. I had a child by the time I was 22.
Then things got worse. I started going to jail, I almost lost my child to the...
Recovery provided Rodney life saving tools
I began using drugs and alcohol at an early age. This behavior has gotten me into serious trouble and almost prison. I made the decision to enter Pine Recovery Center on June 14th, 2011 and it turned my life around. Now after 5...