'This is what helps keep me clean, is helping other people,' Francis said of his work at Next Step Foundation.
Francis has a detention hearing next Wednesday at the federal courthouse. Francis spent time behind bars in the early 2000s for felony cocaine possession.
'There has been nothing better than the love and acceptance I received from him for the first few months when I was completely alone.
I had no one left besides my step dad when I quit,' she wrote.
In a 2006 interview for Comcast Newsmakers, Francis was recognized for 'providing new hope for people recovering from drug and alcohol addictions' thanks to his foundation.
Empty drug bags and used needles were also found by federal agents during their search.
Numerous people were questioned by federal agents over the summer who knew or dealt with Francis.
The brave mother-of-one shared the eye-opening photos of herself to celebrate four years of being clean from heroin and meth and spoke to Daily Mail Australia about her challenging journey to recovery. We hitchhiked around the United States trying to find out what life was actually about.''Today is the last time I will celebrate my anniversary. This fall I will walk up on stage and collect my BS in accountancy,' she wrote.
'I believe the night the photo was taken I was dying for the last time. It's been ten years and I am ready to leave the past, in the past. 'Recovery has been an uphill battle, but now I am at a point where it all just feels like a bad dream.