Archive: May 17, 2018

United Way Gives Men in Recovery a SPARK

Vision Warriors to Train Future Mechanics with NAPA’s Help

Vision Warriors founder Kirk Driskell makes his presentation at the United Way's SPARK Prize North Fulton 2018 Shark Tank presentation at Kimberly Clark Corp. in Roswell on May 15, 2018.ROSWELL – Vision Warriors won a $2,500 prize from the United Way of Greater Atlanta in its SPARK Prize North Fulton on May 15. The faith community for adult men focusing on accountability and transparency was one of five non-profit finalists that earned $35,000 in the “Shark Tank”-style event held at Kimberly Clark Corp., one of the sponsors.

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Vision Warriors Help Restore Marriage, Life After Addiction

James Burn turned his life around with help from others. Today he manages a NAPA AutoCare Center, shown in the photo above.ALPHARETTA – Today James Burns shares a nice home with his wife and four children. He’s got a great job at Alpharetta Service Center & Auto. But until a few years ago, he remained in a downward spiral with a drug habit that was costing him his family.

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How Do You Become A Vision Warrior?

A hand holding a match lighting a candle signifies Vision Warriors' mission of igniting the warrior within all men committed to recoveryWho is the ideal Vision Warriors member ready to join our faith community that focuses on accountability and transparency? What qualities, attitudes, habits and commitments must an applicant have to get accepted and thrive?

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