Triangle Residential Options for Substance Abusers, Inc. (TROSA) is a nonprofit residential recovery center that helps men and women with substance use disorders rebuild their lives. TROSA is unique in that it also provides ways to advance one’s education, by getting a GED or taking college courses, thanks to a partnership with Durham Technical Community College.Before Kim Connolly became staff at TROSA, she was a resident in their program. Kim sits down with TROSA volunteer tutor Mariann Smith to talk about feelings of accomplishment in both their individual work and throughout the organization as a whole.
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