Tyler Harris has been to rehab six times in the last 10 years. At one point, he had nearly five years of sobriety. But he could never get it to stick.

“My normal thing is, I’ll stay sober for 30, 60, 90 days after [treatment],” Harris said in an interview with the Daily Yonder. “But then I fall back into my old ways so quickly it’s not even funny.”

This time, he’s trying something new. Harris is one of 26 men currently participating in the Stable Recovery program in Lexington, Kentucky. The program combines housing and recovery support with job training that prepares participants to work in the equine industry.

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