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Hello, my name is Cindy Morris. I am the Recovery Girl. I have been in recovery from meth for 5 years now. I have been working on this project for over 3 years now. I recently graduated college with my AS in business management.

I have a completed business plan for the Recovery Girls Sober Living Home with proper projections set into place. I have created a marketing plan for an App that will be created to connect recovering addicts all across the nation.

I am a single mother and full time waitress. My amazing friend and colleague Liz manages the Recovery Girls Facebook page. As we all know social media is a full time job. We are the Recovery Girls. We are proud of our recovery and are not afraid to tell the world. We take any and every opportunity to speak on and advocate for recovery. We are trying to produce a stigma free environment in our rural community.

Resources for women here when it comes to addiction support services are scarce. We believe women are a very important part of the family circle. We will make more resources available to women and women with children in our rural community. Keeping women close to the place they call home is essential when guiding one to a long-term recovery.

The Recovery Girls Sober Living will help women apply the tools gained in treatment to their everyday lives. At the home the women will be guided through daily routines by an on-site house mother. Women will gain experiences and skills through additional classes and engaging activities right in their own community. We are proud Recovery Girls and we will strive to clear the stigma when it comes to women and addiction, one woman at a time.

Recovery Girls of Sterling is a sober living program for women seeking recovery from substance abuse. This organization is a new age take on the steps necessary to reach and maintain long-term recovery. This house program takes recovery beyond 12 steps. Recovery from addiction is a lifestyle change and long term commitment.

This program will guide women by implementing new coping mechanisms, changing daily lifestyle habits, and peer guided recovery support with group integration. In this program, the women involved will not only feel new but they will become apart of a family with the same purpose; To live life according to one's newly developed terms through house program completion.

The biggest obstacle this organization will overcome is funding the start-up costs in order to open the doors of a home.
Hello, my name is Cindy Morris. I am the Recovery Girl. I have been in recovery from meth for 5 years now. I have been working on this project for over 3 years now. I recently graduated college with my AS in business management.

I have a completed business plan for the Recovery Girls Sober Living Home with proper projections set into place. I have created a marketing plan for an App that will be created to connect recovering addicts all across the nation.

I am a single mother and full time waitress. My amazing friend and colleague Liz manages the Recovery Girls Facebook page. As we all know social media is a full time job. We are the Recovery Girls. We are proud of our recovery and are not afraid to tell the world. We take any and every opportunity to speak on and advocate for recovery. We are trying to produce a stigma free environment in our rural community.

Resources for women here when it comes to addiction support services are scarce. We believe women are a very important part of the family circle. We will make more resources available to women and women with children in our rural community. Keeping women close to the place they call home is essential when guiding one to a long-term recovery.

The Recovery Girls Sober Living will help women apply the tools gained in treatment to their everyday lives. At the home the women will be guided through daily routines by an on-site house mother. Women will gain experiences and skills through additional classes and engaging activities right in their own community. We are proud Recovery Girls and we will strive to clear the stigma when it comes to women and addiction, one woman at a time.

Recovery Girls of Sterling is a sober living program for women seeking recovery from substance abuse. This organization is a new age take on the steps necessary to reach and maintain long-term recovery. This house program takes recovery beyond 12 steps. Recovery from addiction is a lifestyle change and long term commitment.

This program will guide women by implementing new coping mechanisms, changing daily lifestyle habits, and peer guided recovery support with group integration. In this program, the women involved will not only feel new but they will become apart of a family with the same purpose; To live life according to one's newly developed terms through house program completion.

The biggest obstacle this organization will overcome is funding the start-up costs in order to open the doors of a home.

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