Costa Mesa, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/26/2015 -- In their continuous commitment towards serving women suffering from addictions, New Directions for Women will soon start the renovation of their $1.6 million Founder's House. The groundbreaking ceremony for this vital renovation work was celebrated recently by the organization. When completed, this project will transform their aging campus into a state-of the-art residential treatment center. This will help New Directions for Women address the growing needs of their patients and staff.
The groundbreaking ceremony was attended by many of the key supporters of New Directions for Women as seen at http://www.newdirectionsforwomen.org. These supporters have played a stellar role in the growth and development of the organization for more than three decades. Thanking these participants, the CEO of New Directions for Women Becky Flood said, "We are so grateful to all who have supported New Directions for Women to make this dream a reality."
Explaining the significance of this renovation project, she also added, "We'll be able to serve more women and children than ever before in an atmosphere meticulously designed to promote healing."
New Directions for Women's detox and rehab for women model features a multifaceted social approach targeted towards the elimination of chemical dependency. This women's only addiction treatment program, as seen at http://www.newdirectionsforwomen.org/treatment/ and http://www.newdirectionsforwomen.org/interventions/, is designed to meet the special treatment needs of single women and women with children/ families that suffer from chemical dependency.
About New Directions for Women
Founded nearly 40 years ago, New Directions for Women (NDFW) has become a luxury and internationally recognized 30-bed rehabilitation center located in Costa Mesa, CA. This award-winning rehab facility, which is state licensed and certified, boasts an incredibly high recovery rate and specializes in rehabilitation treatment services for women that suffer from substance abuse, alcoholism and other problems of chemical dependency.
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