September is National Recovery Month

New Directions connects with St. Andrews Presbyterian Church

Have you heard of Repeat Boutique, our upscale resale boutique that raises money to support treatment at New Directions for Women?

We encourage friends, family, and community partners to visit Repeat Boutique for your cost efficient wardrobe needs. We also encourage friends, family, and community partners to donate clothing and accessories as there are many who continue to need scholarships and financial assistance to pursue recovery at New Directions for Women. Every item sold through Repeat Boutique goes to the Pamela Wilder Scholarship Fund which provides financial assistance to women seeking quality addiction treatment services but lacking the financial resources to pay for the extent and duration of care needed to achieve sustained recovery.

New Direction for Women proudly recognizes Saint Andrews Presbyterian church. They have an Annual Rummage Sale that offers men’s and women’s clothing, furniture, artwork, and other household items to community members. Whatever they don’t sale they typically give to the local Salvation Army. This particular occasion however, they decided to consider other charities who may benefit from their donation. New Directions for Women is proud to be chosen as another charity organization to benefit from their Annual Rummage Sale. We celebrate this new connection with Saint Andrews Presbyterian church and look forward to a wonderful relationship in the future. This donation will contribute to the supply at Repeat Boutique and further assist women who chose recovery.

New Directions for Women thanks Saint Andrews Presbyterian church for their generosity. Women children and their families will receive help as Repeat Boutique continues to raise scholarship funds for the Pamela Wilder Scholarship Fund.

NDFW hopes to continue making connections that will lead more women to seek treatment. Our goal is to make sure women, children, and their families have the opportunity to get well. If you know a woman or family needs treatment contact us at TwitterFacebookLinkedIn, or simply by phone at 800-939-6636. Our caring Admissions Counselors are happy to serve and offer resources that fit your needs.

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