WTRHMADISONVILLE, Ky. (8/13/19) — More than 100 women have received help to get back on their feet at a local transitional living facility in Madisonville.

Women’s Triangle Recovery House celebrated its 9th annual fundraiser dinner, “New Beginning,” held at First United Methodist Church Monday evening.

WTRH Board of directors president Joe Lansden greeted guests and spoke about the significance of the facility, which was founded by Rita Miller in 2011 that includes 13 fully-furnished rooms inside the historic home capable of housing up to eight women.

The faith-based nonprofit’s mission is to help women striving to recover from addictive illness in a safe, drug-free environment.

Miller, who had a vision to help others after having gone through recovery several years ago, introduced two residents staying at the home that shared their experiences.

House administrator Ryann Welch spoke about the women residing at Triangle and what is expected from each. Welch oversees daily progress and makes sure they are staying the course of recovery. She invited all past and current residents onto the stage during the event. Teen Challenge participants helped served the meal, and several area pastors offered words of encouragement.

To volunteer or donate to Women’s Triangle Recovery House, visit http://www.womenstrianglerecoveryhouse.org.

SurfKY News
Submitted by Pastor Becky Zahrte

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