My name is Bernice T. Davis and I am in long term recovery and I have been on this journey for 22 years.
I am a Mother of five girls and one son and I have 17 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. I am the oldest of nine and I have always been the one that my family come to for advice on an issue and I help them get to the solution.
In 2010, I went back to school to get a college education and doing so I was put on the Dean’s list three times and I received my AA and my BA in 3 years and I was the first sibling in my family to receive a degree. I was so thankful to my God for giving me the opportunity to move ahead in my life. He let me know that I can do all things through Him if I kept my mind stayed Him and that is how I live my life today. After graduation, I applied for a position at CCSB and they hired me to work with the men and women who were in the residential treatment facility and after 3 and a half years at the residential facility, I was asked if I wanted the job of Transportation specialist at The Crane and I said yes.
I started working with these amazing people on October 1, 2018 and it has been a wonderful journey. My co-workers are my family away from home and I always can count on them to help me get through whatever situation I am faced with. So today I do the work God has put before me: to serve and be an advocate for those who can’t speak for themselves.