Living The Principles was founded in 2006 to provide safe transitional housing and effective, innovative programs for women to achieve and maintain long term recovery from chemical dependence. The programs are designed to reduce the risk of relapse through addressing co-occurring mental issues, PTSD from childhood abuse and domestic violence, homelessness, legal issues, lack of employment skills/experience, lack of education/vocational training, and poor lifeskills including budgeting, parenting, and social skills.
Living The Principles programs include assessments, individual and group coaching, safe, sober recovery homes, transportation assistance, job placement and employability programs. Their staff, volunteers and corroborating agencies provide clients with a variety of educational programs including relapse prevention, computer skills, money management, parenting skills, health & nutrition education, and social skills. LTP offers a client assistance loan fund.