EVENT DATE: Aug 31, 2013
HOURS PLEDGED: 360
Women Promoting a Substance Free Life for Woman in Lorain, Ohio!
Our organizations endeavors to facilitate a drug and alcohol free dwelling for women newly sober to achieve recovery and return to productive healthy addiction free lives. We afford them employment & career guidance, healthy living tools, counseling and structure promoting furthering education and community involvement. We are a state and federal assisted program while directed by experienced & inspired woman who have once walked in their shoes.
This simulated family/community setting provides an insightful, caring, tranquil and supportive substance free environment where woman seeking a second chance receive the supportive guidance to foster their self-sufficiency. Our focus is to pattern a lifestyle yielding productive promising futures as women who have also suffered from addiction lend their proven program of success to other women and children so that others too may mend splintered wings and soar the winds of change.
~~ Paula Sue Pullin-Cramer
Paula Sue Cramer
Chief Officer of Operations:
Paula has a 40 year background in Alcohol Dependency and recovery counseling since 1997 and is currently in recovery from alcoholism. She was the CEO for eight years of an organization that worked with children between the ages of 5 and 18 developing self-esteem, positive self-image, self-respect, self-regard, self-worth, self-confidence and insecurity among other issues young people face. Paula has worked as the Director of Fund Raising for non-profit organizations since 2007 and also Three Hundred and Sixty (360) hours training in group therapy classes for intensive anxiety and character disorders such as anger management, Post Traumatic Stress Disorders, (PTSD), child-abuse and neglect, spousal abuse, chemical dependency, addiction, adult children of alcoholics, inner child processing, bulimia, anorexia & survivors of child abuse. Paula personally lived in a battered women’s shelter with her young children for 6 months changing the cycle of abuse for her family. She further has attended 240 hours of intensive outpatient classroom group therapy instructional program gaining knowledge relating to battered women syndrome.