My name is Cory O’Brien. I grew up in Norwood, Massachusetts. I am a person in long term recovery. Beyond that, I am a husband, a dad, a son, a brother, a friend, and I am grateful. I believe a person is much more than their addiction, more than their diagnosis, their job, their living situation, their relationship status.
The best part of my job is… the people. I love watching people grow and change. I love watching people come together and supporting one another. I love watching community develop. When an individual’s life changes, the lives of those around them change. It is an honor not only to witness such inspiration, but also to be part of it.
I am a person in long term recovery that is happy to help others figure out what is best going to support them on their own journeys. I never thought that I could have fun in recovery, so now I make a point to have more fun now.
The best part of my job is… the connections I get to make with peers and the vast amount of knowledge that they share with me.
I am a recovery coach with over 4 years of continuous sobriety, I am overjoyed to be part of Turning Point Support Recovery Center. I love having the ability to work with people in recovery and their families.
The best part of my job is… being of service to others, my personal recovery depends on it. I enjoy seeing others grow whether they are in recovery or an ally of a person living with substance use disorder.
I am a Recovery Support Specialist and am grateful to be in long term recovery so that I can support others in recovery. As a native of Walpole, Massachusetts, I am so honored to be part of Turning Point Recovery Support Center.
The best part of my job is… connecting with the members at Turning Point and helping in any way that I can.