NDFW Re-airing on A&E Intervention

NDFW Re-airing on A&E Intervention

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    New Directions for Women was recently featured for the second time on A&E’s Intervention. In this episode we see Sarah’s story –  from her battles with addiction to oxycontin, being faced with an intervention by her family, admission into New Directions for Women and finally we are able to see a vibrant young woman that is getting her life back on track after three months of treatment at our facility.

    The episode re-aired last night, but you may view the video below.  Also, take a look at the first time we were featured on Intervention with our alumna Kristen.

    Sarah, New Directions for Women, A&E Intervention:

    Kristen, New Directions for Women, A&E Intervention:

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