New Directions For Women Announces New Executive Director

New Directions For Women Announces New Executive Director

We are looking forward to Sue Bright joining New Directions as our Executive Director. In February of 2018 we welcome Sue Bright to our team at New Directions for Women (NDFW). Sue is passionate about ensuring that all patients get the treatment they need while at the...

Faith Strong, an Angel to Recovery, featured in Coast Magazine

This month New Directions for Women had the honor of being featured in Coast Magazine, as it highlights our very own angel and beloved supporter, Faith Strong. Within the article you will be able to hear her strong candid views on sobriety, while also learning her...

Reflection on our SHRM Article

Accommodating Workers with a History of Substance Abuse A Healthy Work Environment is one that is safe, empowering, and satisfying. Parallel to the World Health Organization definition of health, it is not merely the absence of real and perceived threats to health,...
Reflection on our Huff Post Article

Reflection on our Huff Post Article

Mother-Daughter Team Dedicate Lives to Women and Children Affected by Substance Use Disorder At New Directions for Women, we believe to love her is to help her. For us, that means loving each woman into sobriety; loving her into a new life filled with hope, strength,...

Our Quest to Understand the Nature of Addiction

Alcoholics Anonymous first started in 1935 in Ohio. The first AA meeting in the UK took place on Monday, March 31st, 1947. Within a couple of years, there were over 100 members in AA groups and meetings were being held in London every Tuesday and Thursday. Today,...