Scroll Top

Success Stories

Jason C.

Hello, my name is Jason C. and I am an alcoholic. My sobriety date is 2.11.21 – thanks to God and the Lord’s work being performed at Sozo. I am 35 years old and have battled with drug addiction and alcoholism since I was a teenager. Before hitting rock bottom and being given the opportunity to recover at Sozo, I could only manage to achieve 3 months of sobriety on my own. My own program was to not work the 12 steps and not stay committed to my sponsor. 

That all changed when I arrived at Sozo where I resided for one year. I was launched into a rigorous course of action to try and solve my problem with alcohol. And it worked. I worked the 12 steps and stayed committed to my sponsor.

I did not give up and pushed through the tough times of new sobriety. The fellowship, brotherhood and community helped guide me through the tough times.

I would hear that I could not imagine just how good my life would become after 1 year of sobriety. That is completely true, I have absolute freedom from the bottle and pill, a strong relationship with my higher power, and am excelling in my career far beyond my imagination. Currently living in Northwest Arkansas, I now have the ability to help others recover from the destructive lifestyle that we may have become accustomed to. I thank God and SOZO for my sobriety and all achievements that happen to come with it. It works if you work it!!

Jonathan R.

My Name is Jonathan R. and I am an alcoholic. I came to SOZO June 21st 2021 which is also my sobriety date. I began drinking after a heart attack at age 31. After 5 years of isolation drinking that led to multiple trips to the hospital, diabetes, and almost having my son taken away, I landed at SOZO. I spent 6 months in treatment working on my physical, mental and spiritual health.

I have no words to describe how SOZO not only changed my life, but how SOZO gave me a life better than I could have ever imagined.

I now have an incredible relationship with my higher power, I have my son everyday and a wonderful relationship with my mother and the rest of my family. Also, I have the blessing of working in recovery. I am the General Service Representative for my AA group and get the chance to be a part of others’ stories.

SOZO will have a special place in my heart forever and I will never be able to give back what SOZO has given me. However, I will try and do everything I can for as long as I can to show my appreciation and help the next man.

Connect with us
Our staff is ready to listen and provide guidance, reach out today for more information.

Our Main Campus

243 Nathan Terrace, Jessieville, AR 71949

Our Phone & Fax

Phone: 501-984-5317 | Fax: 501-984-5361