"I went to inpatient treatment in the Hill Country in March 2012 and when I discharged I moved into the Northstar Sober Living for Women. From day one I was welcomed by Grace and all the other women in recovery that lived there. I believe that the unity, fellowship and recovery in the house is what made it such an amazing and beautiful place for me to learn and grow in my sobriety. The responsibility and high accountability is what set the Northstar apart from all the other homes that I had an option of going to in Kerrville. During my fourteen month stay I was granted the privilege to help manage the house for Grace and be able to be of service to the other women that lived there with me. After living in the house for fourteen months and managing for six of those months, I took an opportunity to move on and work in a treatment facility in South Texas. Today I can say to any woman without reservation if you are ready to get sober, work the 12 steps and become a recovered woman, that Northstar is an amazing place to start your journey." - Hailey W.
"I'm very grateful that I I lived at the North Star. Grace Matuska is a great house manager (you can change that, I don't know what your title is :) house owner? house manager?) and she so sweetly took me under her wing when I was just a scared little alcoholic. Before I moved into the North Star I didn't know what it was like to have structure in my life or true friends. While living there I learned so much about myself and made some amazing friendships. I've been sober ever since I moved into the North Star in February 2011 and I still keep in touch with the girls I lived with. I am forever grateful for the North Star, Grace Matuska, and my roommates at the house." - Marissa L.
"The North Star has provided me a safe haven that I am grateful to be able to call home." - Susan