CCHT RECOGNIZES WALLACE “LITTLE BUD” HAMBURG –
Accomplishment is an understatement when it comes to the successful program recently completed by one of Clarke Counties own hometown guys.
Wallace “Little Bud” Hamburg has just graduated a mandated drug court program and is proud to announce a clean and sober new beginning which started 4 years ago.
Hamburg isn’t afraid to tell his story in hopes that his message will reach others who may be in need of help.
Hamburg tells CCHT: “It all started in May of 2014 when I was incarcerated at the Clarke County Jail on drug charges”. Hamburg spent 90 days undergoing rehab in Gulfport, Mississippi and then moved on to the 10th District Drug Court where he completed the final years in the program.
Hamburg was successful the entire time; never failed a drug or alcohol test, never received any disciplinary actions and maintained a spotless record. Hamburg competed 216 NA and AA class meetings and also received his General Education Development certificate while in the drug court program.
To date, Hamburg has passed all mandatory and random drug and alcohol test and plans to remain clean and sober.
“Judge Robert Bailey has been doing a great job, I can’t say enough good things about him” Hamburg says.
Hamburg wanted to share his story with CCHT to let anyone else out there who may be in need of help or rehabilitation to know that it’s not impossible.
“You either want to get clean or you don’t”, Hamburg says it’s something you have to put your heart and mind to and once you get past a certain point then the possibilities of overcoming and living a healthy life is inevitable.
CCHT would like to take this moment to recognize Wallace “Little Bud” Hamburg for his accomplishments, for graduating the drug court program and wishing him the very best throughout his future endeavors.
We ask that you please share this status, and if you know of anyone needing assistance in overcoming a drug or alcohol related illness to please seek help and you to can become successful like so many others.
Good work Little Bud, Thanks for making Clarke County Proud!