“J” was referred to ASAC’s Hightower Place in November 2016. She was pregnant when she came to us, and also had 3 children in foster care. J was scheduled for termination of parental rights within the month of admission into Hightower Place. For several months, she was driving three hours away weekly for visits with her children. She continued her involvement in treatment and recovery support at the Hightower Place despite worry that she would not reunite with her children. After 4 months of stable involvement in the halfway house program, J was reunified with her children, and soon gave birth to a healthy baby boy. J continued to work while in the halfway house program, and was recently promoted to manager position. She has now been accepted into ND Housing, a transitional living program, and obtained her 1 year sobriety chip.