Triangle 3 6HOPKINS COUNTY, Ky. (3/6/18) — Women's Triangle Recovery House in Madisonville celebrated an official ribbon cutting today to honor its new administrator.

Joe Blue, Director of Hopkins County Regional Chamber of Commerce began the commemorative event by introducing the Women's Triangle Recovery House Founder Rita Miller.

Miller greeted guests and told a brief history of the home as well as their intentions and vision for the future. The nonprofit provides housing and support for women that have completed treatment programs. 

Women’s Triangle Recovery House offers programs that provide structure and assistance in dealing with daily life issues. Miller said she is extremely grateful to the community for their continued support in moving forward. 

The faith-based organization recently hired a new administrator, Raquel Anderson, in addition to a house manager. 

“Lives are being changed everyday, progress is made everyday and the community support shown today did wonders for the girls,” Anderson said. “All the support and words of encouragement mean so much to us and to the girls here in the home." 

Several members from community organizations and churches attended the ceremony at the home off Scott Street today.

"Our mission is to be an instrument of restoration to women who are striving to meet their recovery goals,” Miller said. “Our goal is to be a well known and respected recovery entity here in the community. Our purpose is to be the hands and feet of Christ and share the message of faith, hope and love to these ladies." 

Miller, Anderson and those currently residing in the home expressed gratitude for the community support.

After the ribbon cutting, visitors toured the home and were treated to cake. For more information about the WTRH, visit https://www.womenstrianglerecoveryhouse.org/ or their Facebook page, "Women's Triangle Recovery House."

SurfKY News
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