Anthony M. and Erik Hebert
About Aramco Brat Erik Hebert:
- Dedicated to helping others fight addiction
- Born in Saudi Arabia in 1979
- Dhahran 1991 Little League World Series Pitcher
- 1995 Dhahran School Graduate
- 1998 Stevenson School Graduate
- 2002 USC Marshall School of Business
- Grateful to be aober
- Uniquely qualified to save lives from addiction
A life long battle with addiction and suicide nearly cost this brat his life. After eight years of sobriety and a devastating relapse Erik found his mission in life working as Director of Development & Marketing for New Beginnings Recovery Center (NBRC), Mary's Hope Sober Homes (MHSH), and Clean & Sober Olympics.
Erik states, "Mary Brewer, founder of New Beginnings Recovery Center and Mary's Hope Sober Homes, saved my life. Today, we are saving others together!
- NBRC & MHSH have helped over 1500 men and women get clean and sober and every day that number increases
- Services offered include residential inpatient, intensive outpatient, transitional sober housing, DUI education, and supplimental care and services
- We have the highest success rate (over 70%) and are the most affordable treatment center in Colorado serving the entire United States
- We will provide over $200,000 in scholarship treatment for those who cannot afford treatment in 2017
- Our Founder, Mary Brewer has put in over 1.5M of her own money to support those suffering with addiction
- We currently have 14 Sober Living Homes and we provide over $150,000 in scholarship free living each year to help those suffering focus on treatment and become successful
- We work with the State of Colorado on various treatment initiaives to fight our countries most neglected disease - Addiction
- We offer state of the art treatment to heal the mind-body-soul, to build foundations in recovery and foster long-term sobriety.
Erik Humbly Asks For Your Support
Every dollar raised in support of these programs is used to bring us one step closer to ending the devastation of addiction.
Erik asks you to, "Support Recovery, Not Addiction! Your support helps turn our brothers and sisters, moms and dads, aunts and uncles, friends, strangers and teammates around."