Almost 40% of Americans live with addiction, and yet only 10% receive treatment.
More than 35% of people who are homeless have a problem with substance abuse
Our founder has lived with it herself. She lived through the pain of being addicted to drugs and alcohol. She still experiences the struggle in her daily life, and is inspired by her daughters to demonstrate how anyone can overcome the obstacles in their lives. She knows that beating addiction is an accomplishment and a constant battle, and is determined to help as many women as possible be healed.
Our objective is to bring awareness and resources to the public. We plan to offer a home where women can increase their faith and use fitness as a tool to receive complete healing. We will encourage individual and group counseling and provide a living space for women to live in a supportive environment. We will also provide assistance in rebuilding families and starting or furthering careers.
Our next step is to open our women's sober living home. We are now 501c3 official and are raising the funds necessary to open our home for healing and revival. All donations are greatly appreciated and tax deductable. Feel free to ask for your reciept if needed. Thank you so much for your love and support.