Drug Recovery Court Program

Women from the Drug Recovery Court Program who currently live at the White Pine cabin are grateful to be a part of the program. Some have had their babies while they are living at the cabin. Left to right front row: Vicki Weaver, Emily Cowan, Katherine Johns, Angela Foster, Lynda Wylie, and Elizabeth Mull. Back row with baby Nevaeh is Julia Busche and visitor Tiffany Slone, who is a cousin to Judge Duane Slone. – KIMARY CLELLAND | THE STANDARD BANNER

A White Pine log cabin – a safe home for women battling addiction – was the focus of a fundraiser last weekend.

Since 2014 when the first healthy baby was born to a “clean” mother, the cabin has provided a home and “new family” to numerous women as they go through the Drug Recovery Court’s 18-month program.

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