As a residential counselor for the Mary Hall Freedom House, a drug and alcohol treatment facility, Myrtice Myricks has helped a number of individuals fight their addictions. She is actively involved as a sponsor for Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics and Cocaine Anonymous and is a spokeswoman for Domestic Violence Awareness through the Partnership Against Domestic Violence. She was awarded the 2003 "Outstanding Counselor Award" from the Mary Hall Freedom House. Using the scholarship, Myrtice will advance her career by funding tuition, books, supplies and the State Board Exam to become a Certified Addiction Counselor. One day, Myrtice hopes to obtain a Masters degree and open a shelter for chemically dependent and battered women. We have no doubt that Myrtice will continue to be a positive influence on women with addictions!
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