Samuel H.

Certified Peer Supporter

Accepting New Connections

Hello everyone, I'm a 37-year-old father of five, an Air Force veteran (2005-2009), and a passionate baseball coach and enthusiast. I've been in long-term recovery since 2017, navigating through substance use disorder while also managing severe depressive disorder, ADD, and anxiety. I firmly believe in the power of community and diverse recovery paths in combating substance use disorders.

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About Samuel Huffman


Hello everyone! I'm a 37-year-old husband and father, as well as a proud Air Force veteran who served from 2005 to 2009. Originally from the beautiful mountains of West Virginia, I have a deep love for nature and the outdoors. Currently, I reside in Greenville, SC, where I've built a life focused on recovery and personal growth. My passion for sports, particularly baseball, has been a constant throughout my life, and I find fulfillment in coaching and mentoring others in the game. My journey hasn't been without its challenges. I've navigated through a divorce, stemming from my struggles with substance abuse, and experienced periods of separation from my children. These experiences have given me firsthand insight into the complexities of addiction, anxiety, and ADD. Despite the obstacles, I've been in long-term recovery since 2017, actively managing severe depressive disorder and anxiety along the way. Through this journey, I've come to appreciate the value of community support and the importance of embracing diverse pathways to recovery. I'm here to share my experiences, offer support, and walk alongside you as we navigate the path to healing and wellness together. Feel free to connect with me if you'd like to learn more or explore ways to embark on your own journey toward a brighter future.


My Recovery Story

My journey in recovery has been transformative. I used to feel overwhelmed by shame and struggled to seek help. I often found myself resenting others who seemed to have it easier. However, my perspective shifted during long-term treatment in 2017 when I embraced the idea of multiple pathways to recovery and the power of community support. Today, my quality of life is significantly improved. While challenges still arise, I am no longer alone in facing them. I have a strong support system, and helping others has become a source of fulfillment.

My Motivation To Help

My motivation to help people in recovery comes from personal experiences and a deep sense of empathy. I've faced challenges myself and understand the journey to sobriety. Seeing others rebuild their lives is incredibly fulfilling for me.

My Chatrooms


Upcoming meetings

Tuesday, June 25
Tuesday, July 02
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