Ironworker Rob Trymbulak is a recovering addict who recalls exactly what it meant when he hit rock bottom.
All important facets of his life were on the line. His wife, his home and job. He was told he had to get help and thanks to his dedication and the efforts of those at Ontario’s De Novo Treatment Centre he’s been clean for five years.
Working as a supervisor on the massive Gordie Howe Bridge project in Windsor, Ont. he sees every day as an opportunity. Life is no longer a burden.
In part three of this video series, he speaks openly to Daily Commercial News staff writer Angela Gismondi about where he is now and what he has learned. He states he was happy to be included in Part Two of the DCN-JOC Special Series Cracks in the Foundation: Mental Health, Substance Use and Construction, and hopes his story can help inspire others to seek treatment as it can truly save your life.