Women's Addiction Recovery Manor
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Henderson KY 42420

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"The experience at WARM is the fulfillment of my best dream of participating in the recovery journey of the addicted, including fellow alcoholics." -- Dale Sights, WARM Chief Executive Officer.

Sights is a Henderson business-civic leader and founder of family-owned Sights Denim Systems, Inc.. He is a graduate of Henderson County High School and studied at Evansville College and Murray State College. He and wife Margaret Ann are the parents of four adult children and seven grandchildren.

"I believe the Women's Addiction Recovery Center is one of the greatest additions to the Henderson, KY community. To be given the opportunity to have a positive impact on women who suffer from the disease of addiction is one of the greatest honors I have received."--  Sharice Benson, WARM Director, Finance and Administration.

Mrs. Benson, wife of David Benson and a native of Indianapolis, IN., is a certified alcohol and drug abuse counselor with an extensive background in the field. She has Bachelor of Science Degree from University of Evansville.

"I am so blessed to be a part of WARM.  It's a wonderful way to give back and continue my own recovery.  I love these women and I value being in a position to help them." -- Nicole Frields, WARM Campus Manager/Program Director.

Ms. Frields, a native of Henderson and graduate of Henderson County High School, attended Eastern Kentucky University. Prior to her WARM service, she was a staff assistant at the Hope Center Recovery Program for Women and an administrative assistant at the University of Kentucky. She is the mother of two.

"It's a blessing to come to this job and experience staff and clients working the road to recovery.  It's also wonderful to see the spiritual and physical changes with our clients." Connie Cook, WARM nurse and Safe of the Streets (SOS) Coordinator.

Mrs. Cook is a registered nurse and has held nursing positions at several area hospitals.  She has worked at WARM since 2007.  Mrs. Cook and her husband Ron have three daughters, one grandson and two granddaughters. 

"My experiences with the Women's Addiction Recovery Center have truly been life changing.  Like many of the women here, my journey began at the bottom.  I am blessed to be a part of the miracles that happen everyday at the Women's Addiction Recovery Center where hope is restored to the hopeless."-- Daphne Erwin, WARM Transitional Program Coordinator.

Ms. Erwin is the mother of two, an Ohio County native, a graduate of Ohio County High School and attended Owensboro Community College graduating with an Associates degree in Human Services.   Ms. Erwin is also a graduate of WARM.

“It is truly above and beyond anything I could have imagined to have a job like I have at WARM.  It is a blessing to live in the solution of recovery every day, as well as, see and help others learn to do the same.” – Sara Meuth, WARM 12 Step Coordinator.

Ms. Meuth is a native from Henderson who has two sons.  She is a graduate from Henderson County High School and has an Associate of Applied Science for Communications from Henderson Community College. 

“WARM helped me turn my life around and I feel blessed to be a part of the staff. 
I want to show these women that it is possible to live a happy and healthy lifestyle without the use of alcohol and drugs.” – Stephanie Texas, WARM Wellness Specialist.

Stephanie is from Owensboro, KY and is a graduate of Daviess County High School.  She plans to attend the University of Southern Indiana in the spring with hopes of becoming a Registered Dietician.  She is also a graduate of WARM. 

 

“I thoroughly enjoy helping fellow recovering addicts get their family lives back while living in a safe and sober environment.” – Jennifer Whitledge, WARM Residences Site Manager and Self-Sufficiency Coordinator.

Mrs. Whitledge, married to Jeremy Whitledge and mother of two, is a native of Henderson and graduate of Henderson County High School.  She attended Western Kentucky University and is an alumni of the Women’s Addiction Recovery Manor.

WARM Board of Directors

Dr. John Jenkins

Ron Jenkins

Dax Womack, Esq.

Kelly Schneider, MHA

Bruce Begley

Jo Beth Williamson

Father Ed Bradley

Referrals for recovery services can be facilitated by telephone or through this web site. 
Call 270-826-0036 or navigate to the Contact WARM web page.

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