Ron Rosoff, a recent graduate from The Transition House, Inc., Veterans Grant and Per Diem Residential Program located in St. Cloud, FL, received an early holiday gift thanks to the National Auto Body Council (NABC), Recycled Rides, Geico Cares and Orlando’s Supercenter on December 21, 2018 who were looking to make a Positive Difference in Osceola County. Rosoff was presented a 2013 Nissan Altima. 

Navy veteran and submariner, Ron Rosoff, has overcome hurdles in his life. Rosoff suffers from a spinal injury and pronounced Stenosis C5-7 and was prescribed Methadone for his pain. Over the nine years he was taking the medication he became addicted to it. Taking a step back and realizing he needed to make a change in his life, Ron reached out to The Transition House, Inc.

The Transition House is a diverse agency, encompassing many different cultures with the goal to provide guidance and empower their clients to make healthy life choices. Their services range from therapy for depression, substance abuse, to grief counseling for men, women, and children. Their Veteran Programs helps men and women who suffer from chronic mental illness, PTSD, disabilities, homelessness and much more.

The counseling, structure and physical fitness area at The Transition House helped Rosoff get back to where he needed to be – focused, task-oriented, and goal-specific. Since graduating from the program on December 5, 2018, Rosoff has found a permanent home and is currently seeking employment.

“I was shocked and honored,” said Rosoff.  “I pray daily to be able to give back what I’ve learned and earned at The Transition House.”

Rosoff has been able to visit his parents thanks to the donated recycled car and looks forward to doing volunteer work at The Transition House.

“My family says I’m the old me again.  They see night to day in my behavior and personality,” continued Rosoff. 

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