Orthomolecular Success for Psychosis

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Last Updated on November 25, 2020 by Carol Gillette

May God bless you, your family, and your continued path helping others the way you’ve helped Chris.

I want to thank you and your staff so much for all you’ve done for my son Chris. I don’t have the words to say or express how awesome you all are.

You have returned Chris back to his family, girlfriend of 4+ years, society and future people who will appreciate all he has to offer. I do realize God did this but do believe he used you and your staff to do a miracle on Chris.

I’m attempting to say how much I appreciate what you have done for Chris. Money does not even equate to having this person back to us. Thank you all so much. I especially want to say thanks for taking him in when he first arrived to your facility. He was so sick and again words cannot express the love, attention, and care he received from you first and then your staff. Please keep taking the chances on other Chris’s to come. Without that chance y’all took upon Chris, I don’t know where he would be today. That was only God that worked through you.

Chris is working 40+ hour weeks now in our battery distributorship. He is doing an awesome job. He calls it easy. He’s learning the ropes to take the company over one day. My husband is truly amazed to have Chris for this. Chris is enjoying life again with a glow on his face and a sparkle in his eye. He lives in an apartment and enjoys time working out and spending time with his girlfriend. I believe we’ll have a wedding when she gets out of college. Chris will finish college by taking evening classes. Life is good again for our family.

Sincerely yours,

Barbara W.

Orthomolecular Success for Psychosis
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