Butterfly Bulletin: The Year 2016 in Review

Butterfly Bulletin: The Year 2016 in Review

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    In this spring’s Butterfly Bulletin, Special Annual Report Edition, we reminisce on what a beautiful and blessed 2016 we had while also sharing our goals for the year to come. We share the news about our incredible changes such as our implementation of Salesforce and ePreventions, as well as our new and improved Internship Program and the launching of our #TeamFaithHouse campaign.

    Amongst all the updates, we are thrilled by the tremendous community support this past year – from Beach Candy Swimwear donating custom suits, to Studio Fixx, who opened their doors and provided our patients with workout classes, to the Business of Balayage for giving our women a day of “pampering” and “makeovers”. It’s been incredible and we are forever grateful to these organizations that want to make a difference for women in their community.

    In addition, we introduce our two new team members, Pamela Hughes, our Clinical Director and Michelle Moleski, our East Coast Representative. Both are incredibly passionate and have a personal connection to the field of addiction and recovery. Lastly, we included New Directions for Women’s financial position. If you would like to read more about all the exciting things happening, click on the image below.

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    Butterfly Bulletin: The Year 2016 in Review

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