Mending Hearts helps women with substance abuse issues


Mending Hearts is a residential treatment facility for women struggling with substance abuse and related issues. In a six-month program, participants develop recovery skills through workforce development, supervised accountability, and on-site classes in spirituality, emotional stability, and life skills. Graduates of the program are now living successful lives with full-time employment, re-established families, and hope for their future.

A non-profit facility, Mending Hearts is supported by tax deductible contributions and a minimal fee charged to residents. For more information contact director Katrina Frierson at 615.385.1696 or visit their Web site at

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