​​Women in Transition, Angola, Indiana

A recovery house from addictions to drugs & alcohol.

 

2018 Assistant House Manager


Women In Transition would like to welcome Deb Carlino as our new assistant house manager in 2018. Deb will also be a Certified Recovery Coach working with our residents to overcome addictions to drugs and alcohol.

Welcome Deb Carlino!​


About Us


2018 WIT Board Members

Ron Walter - President

Crystal Havins, MSW, LSW - Vice President 

Sheila Blain - Secretary

Shelly Allen - Executive Director


Doug Molyneux – Financial Advisor    

Bill Kuhn - Advisor


Amanda Quaderer-Member, Fundraising

Pat Smith-Cummings - Member
 Beth Creager - Member
Doug Molyneux - Financial Advisor 


Our  Mission

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Our mission is to provide a drug and alcohol-free community that allows women to establish a solid 12-Step foundation to ensure continuing recovery.


 

Meet Our Executive Director


In 2009, Shelly Allen began working as a volunteer with Women in Transition. In 2010 she served on the WIT Board for three years. In 2013, Women in Transition hired Shelly for their Executive Director role; A full-time position which she still holds today. During her tenure as Executive Director, Shelly has helped WIT move forward to the successful non-profit business and recovery house it is today.

Thank you Shelly!​



Thank-You to Our Wonderful Board

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Our 2018 Board members are local residents committed to seeing that women in the community have a resource to help them recover from addictions. Consider becoming a WIT Board member, Contact us.



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Women In Transition, 412  S. John Street, Angola, Indiana 46703    phone: 260-624-3178

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About WIT


Our WIT home is a safe haven for women to learn to live clean and sober.  Our goal is to return women to our community, as active contributing members. With financial support from the community, and receipt of grant monies, Women in Transition (WIT)

has been serving women for ten plus years.