Who We Are
The Light of Truth Center (LTC) is a thought‐leader and innovator in women’s addic on recovery. Serving as a model for services to women,
our progressive philosophy and programs surround women addicts with the real‐world support they need to recover fully and permanently.
We are con nually researching, designing and tes ng forward‐thinking concepts that not only help women to heal, but also work to end the
cycle of addic on by focusing on the whole woman – her family, her work and her community.
LTC is a volunteer run, therapeu c community commi ed to re‐deﬁning the standard of care given to recovering women. We promote non‐
tradi onal alterna ves that create posi ve percep ons and a tudes, as well as profound change. We advocate for the women we serve
through grassroots and na onal ini a ves that educate, empower, and evolve the women themselves, policy makers and society as a whole.
What We Do
LTC is commi ed to inspiring, and preparing women for successful re‐entry into society. At LTC, women live as a family unit, suppor ng their
own and each other’s recovery process. Our comprehensive, structural program u lizes the Therapeu c Community Modality in which the
primary goals are the treatment of substance abuse/mental health, co‐occurring disorders or other behavioral health needs, and the fostering
of personal growth leading to personal accountability.
We provide supports to enable recovering women to work toward self‐suﬃciency by providing shelter, other support services and referrals to
outside services. LTC implements an innova ve, three‐phase program of recovery, transi on, and restora on, designed to assist women to
maintain sustained recovery from drug and alcohol addic on. This program provides the necessary tools and techniques needed to help
recovering women with life enhancing skills. Our unique approach substan ally increases the probability of each woman’s success and
sustained restora on.
We also provide women with an opportunity to re‐examine and assess their lives from a spiritual perspec ve. This approach has its roots in
the Twelve Step recovery programs. The spiritual components of this program are: honesty, hope, faith, courage, self‐integrity, willingness,
humility, brotherly love, jus ce, perseverance, spiritual awareness, and service. Through par cipa on in this program, recovering women
increase their poten al to empower themselves, reconnect with family and improve their economic status.
We are commi ed to healing, inspiring, and preparing women for successful re‐entry into society. Our comprehensive, structural program
places a major emphasis on spiritual healing, hygiene, paren ng, money management, counseling, re‐entering the work force, interviewing
skills, and dressing for success and other skills to help women come into their fully restored selves.