Recovery Group celebrates 2nd anniversary


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Pictured with check Lisa Miller with the Recovery Group and Commissioner Willie Akers; back row from left, is Commission Danny Ellis, Pastor Josh Vanhook and Pastor Thomas Beckette, both with the Recovery Group, and Commission President Danny Godby.


LOGAN, W.Va. — The Recovery Group of Southern West Virginia (RGSWV) recently celebrated their second anniversary. RGSWV is a non-profit 501(C) recognized tax exempt organization that operates two Level II Recovery Residence facilities in Logan County — New Beginnings Home for Men and the Marjorie Oakley Home for Women.

Each facility is a 16-bed faith-based substance abuse treatment recovery residence offering a number of services and supports to individuals who enter their program. The residents of these homes once derailed by addiction; are now being given the opportunity to fulfill their God given purpose and destiny.

The Logan County Commission recognizing and believing in the vision of RGSWV recently approved a generous one-time donation of $10,000 to assist the efforts of the organization. Commissioner President Danny Godby said every life saved through this program is a victory.

Pictured with check Lisa Miller with the Recovery Group and Commissioner Willie Akers; back row from left, is Commission Danny Ellis, Pastor Josh Vanhook and Pastor Thomas Beckette, both with the Recovery Group, and Commission President Danny Godby.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_RecoveryGroupMoney-CMYK.jpgPictured with check Lisa Miller with the Recovery Group and Commissioner Willie Akers; back row from left, is Commission Danny Ellis, Pastor Josh Vanhook and Pastor Thomas Beckette, both with the Recovery Group, and Commission President Danny Godby.

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