In 2017, Amy was homeless on the streets of Salt Lake City. Over the span of two years, she was arrested seven times and was selling meth to pay for her heroin use. Despite all of this, she still didn’t believe she was an addict. Only after checking her ego, processing her trauma and being vulnerable to enough to accept help from others did Amy begin to recover. Now she is a beacon of hope in the recovery community and devotes her work ethic and intelligence to be of service to others in recovery, working at the Odyssey House in Salt Lake City. Give this episode a listen to hear Amy’s amazing story of transformation and to once again hear Andy babble incoherently in another desperate attempt to say something interesting.
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