"It taught me to be more responsible in life
and move forward to be a better man. It taught me a lot
about being a father. It’s more than just buying your
children stuff. I do more with my kids and am with them a lot."
Timothy has six co-parents and he expressed
they’ve always had pretty good relationships. His
relationships with his kids have always been good as well.
Timothy heard about Brothers United from
"I liked the whole concept about it. Any man
should admit where he needs help. I liked the opportunity
and wisdom, so I joined."
While in the program, Timothy learned many
things that changed his perspective in life. He began
looking at life more seriously, which allowed him to connect
with his family better and understand his relationships with
his kids and co-parents. He became more aware of his
spending habits and gained better control over his finances.
When he started the program, he had fines on
his license that amounted to over $6,000. He now has it down
to $1,600 and is about to get his license for the first time
in his life. Not to mention, Mr. Anderson is also all caught
up on his child support payments.
Brothers United truly made a change for Mr.