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Edith's House of Recovery has begun the journey to change women's lives

Updated: Aug 16, 2022

We are already getting calls for ladies to come in!

Pictured from left to right:

Mary Sloan, Earlene Tompkins, Edith Tripp and Narvis Hart



Addiction not only affects the person that is addicted, it affects the people who love them. These sisters know what addiction is all about. They have all had loved ones who suffered through the disease of addiction. They are passionate about helping women recover from drug and/or alcohol addictions. In honor of their oldest sister, Edith Tripp, who passed away in February of 2022, Narvis Hart, Edith's youngest living sister, has decided to open a recovery center in Edith's name. Mary Sloan, Edith's middle sister, will be an officer for the foundation and Earline Tompkins, Edith's oldest living sister will be an advisor for the foundation.
It is their desire to make a difference for women and their loved ones who have suffered because of addiction. They are busy finalizing many details, but they need your help! Please consider donating to help them purchase a home, so they can begin to take women in as soon as possible. They are already getting calls to take ladies in and do not want to miss the opportunity to help anyone who needs this program and the resources of this foundation. Your donations are tax deductible and will go to change women's lives and set them free. We cannot do this alone, but we can do this together!



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