At the age of 11, Betty Davis began a life of addiction. A sixth-grade drop-out, she took to the streets living a life filled with alcohol, meth and marijuana. Thirty-five years later, the now 49-year-old grew weary of hitting rock bottom. While incarcerated, she began asking for a program to help her get back on her feet.
"I got tired of not knowing where I was going to lay my head each day," she said.
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