Light of Truth Center
Windsor Mill, Maryland, USA
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MissionThe Light of Truth Center, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing safe and supportive housing in an environment conducive to recovery, transition and restoration for women recovering from addictions. The Light of Truth Center facilitates education, empowerment, enlightenment, education and healing for the women we serve.
What We DoWe provide recovery support to women recovering from drugs and alcohol to work toward self-sufficiency by providing shelter, other support services and referrals to outside services. The Light of Truth Center implements a new, innovative, three-phase program of recovery, transition, and restoration, designed to assist women to maintain sustained recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. This program provides the necessary tools and techniques needed to help recovering women with life enhancing skills. Our unique approach substantially increases the probability of each woman's success and sustained restoration.
We provide women with an opportunity to re-examine and assess their lives from a spiritual perspective. This approach has its roots in the Twelve Step recovery programs. The spiritual components of this program are: honesty, hope, faith, courage, self-integrity, willingness, humility, brotherly love, justice, perseverance, spiritual awareness, and service. Through participation in this program, recovering women increase their potential to empower themselves, reconnect with family and improve their economic status.
We are committed to healing, inspiring, and preparing women for successful re-entry into society. Our comprehensive, structural program places a major emphasis on spiritual healing, hygiene, parenting, money management, counseling, re-entering the work force, interviewing skills, and dressing for success and other skills to help women come into their fully restored selves.