LSS Renewed Strength Program Helps Women Recover From Substance Abuse
with many individualized services, the Renewed Strength program empowers women
One of the greatest signs of strength is the ability to ask and seek out help from the community. Lutheran Social Services of Wisconsin & Upper Michigan (LSS) created the “Renewed Strength” program to help women struggling with substance abuse and mental health challenges.
Formally named Women’s Way, the LSS Renewed Strength program is designed to help women get the help they need through credentialed substance abuse counselors. These can be either inpatient or outpatient services, depending on each client’s needs.
LSS Renewed Strength is looking to empower women and give them access to addiction recovery services, funding for treatment, community support groups, peer support, as well as groups for parenting and trauma.
This program is for anyone who identifies as a female in Eau Claire, Chippewa, Barron, Columbia, Juneau, Dunn, Trempealeau, or Sauk counties.
“Empowering people through prevention and an emphasis on overall health is the best path to independence and self-sufficiency,” said Angie Glodowski, program supervisor.
To learn more about LSS Renewed Strength services, you can call (715) 214-7334 or email RenewedStrength@lsswis.org.