In June 2011, I became involved with PATH during a time in my life when I was homeless. I stayed at the emergency winter shelter and then became a client at Pathways, a men’s transitional living program. In February 2013, I graduated the Pathway’s program and obtained my own place of residency. Upon my graduation, my involvement with PATH began to shift from a client to an active volunteer and supporter of PATH. I became a PATH board member in September 2013. I also began to pursue my education in the field of Drug & Alcohol counselling and graduated from the CAARR program in May 2014. To supplement my education, I also accepted an Intern position at Right Road DUI program in February 2014. I also actively support the Pathway’s men’s transitional living program.