Joshua Reeves is a changed man -- he had spent most of his life involved in drugs and alcohol -- two years ago, he was hit with his fourth DUI, he lost his job and his family was beginning to fall apart.
"I was at the bottom, I didn't really want to live anymore," said Reeves, "I got a chance, and I called my second chance."
That's when Reeves enrolled in the Yakima County District Court DUI program.
The next 19 months of his life consisted of both intense in-patient and out-patient treatment, and over the months, Reeves says his life has made a complete 180 degree turn.
Today, Reeves was honored as the first ever graduate from the program.
"I now have a life, I've got a good job, I get to see my children, I just got a good life now," said Reeves, "I want to live life now."
The next candidate is expected to graduate in about three weeks.