The Golden Rule believes that recovery is only possible when individuals learn how to accept and embrace their true selves. Founded in 1996, the residential rehab helps women do just that by offering substance abuse treatment in a safe and structured setting. Through counseling, addiction education, 12-Step meetings and life skills practice, clients are able to uncover the underlying issues contributing to substance abuse. Women learn how to be accountable, productive and happy without using alcohol or drugs.
Harriet W. Felts is from Tifton, Georgia, and joined The Golden Rule staff in September, 1999. She is a graduate of Tift County High School and Abraham Baldwin College, both located in Tifton, Georgia, and spent a long career in Emergency Nursing. Her dedication to helping others is evident in her work as she always tries to lead by example. Harriet has one son, Jordan Browning, who is a student at Columbus State University and a shih tzu named Bruno. "Ms. Harriet" will celebrate 16 years of sobriety on August 10, 2014.More
Sandra Palmer is from Macon, Georgia, and joined The Golden Rule staff in 2003. She is a graduate of William Penn High School in Philadelphia, Pennsylania, and Southern Crescent Technical College, Thomaston, Georgia. Ms. Sandy's gentle spirit helps the ladies in times of need. She is married to William Palmer and they reside in Mauk, Georgia. Ms. Sandy celebrates 12 years of sobriety.More
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