Recovered Heroin Addict Starts $15 Million Smoothie Company And Helps Others Every Day
If there was ever a story that should inspire someone who is struggling with substance abuse or addiction, it’s Khalil Rafati’s. When he hit rock bottom, Rafati was homeless and addicted to heroin. However, once he made the decision to change his life, overcoming his heroin addiction was just the beginning of his success.
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Rafati’s journey began with a different type of struggle… which he overcame with a very literal journey.
As a young man, Rafati lived in Ohio, where he endured sexual abuse, as well as run-ins with the law. He wanted nothing more than to escape. The moment he had the chance, he fled… all the way to Los Angeles. It was here that he engaged in his first entrepreneurial project: a car detailing business. It wasn’t just any car detailing business, either – Rafati was able to boast such clients as Jeff Bridges and Elizabeth Taylor.
Though Rafati had already accomplished so much through, he yearned for more, and he felt he couldn’t achieve it through his detailing business. He began to entertain options to make extra money on the side, and not all of those options were ideal. This is when Rafati suffered his first setback. (Continues On Next Page)
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Greetings, i applaud you, i am also in Recovery and in Sept , i will have 5 years clean and serene, my name is Todd Juluke and i will be starting a Reentry Program and Detox Center and a Treatment Centet here in New Orleans you can google my name and read my story its very profound i can be reached at 5044026958 cell reach at me
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