Barbara K. Brooks Transition House Helping Women Get Back on their Feet After Drug or Alcohol Rehabilitation
Unfortunately, many lives in the community are being destroyed and families are being torn apart because of drugs and alcohol.
There are resources on Delmarva that are opening their doors to help. Deborah Short, president and founder of the Barbara K. Brooks Transition House in Georgetown, Del., joins us on the couches to talk about what the transition house is all about.
The Barbara K. Brooks Transition House provides a safe, sober, and structured living environment for women who have recently completed drug or alcohol rehabilitation.
Barbara K. Brooks died in 2015. She was Deborah’s sister and best friend. Deborah tells us that Barbara dedicated her life to the health and healthcare education of others.
Deborah tells us that at the transition house, they have small group settings where women support each other while learning about personal financial stability, job skills and searches, social interaction, and spiritual growth.
You can donate to the Barbara K. Brooks Transition House to help make a positive and lasting difference in a woman’s life here.