Dawn Granger, PRSS
I suffered years of substance abuse. I had been in and out of jail due to my addiction. It wasn’t because I did not have a loving and supportive family. The disease of addiction robbed me of my hopes and dreams. In 2003 I chose residential treatment and began to rebuild my life. Today I am a loving mother to my son, daughter to my mother and father, and sister to my siblings. Due to the wonderful Grace of God I am a woman in long term recovery. My faith for all is to “Expect a Miracle”.
Our Mission at the Miracle House Foundation:
To provide women with structured, stable, sober transitional housing. Our homes support women with establishing, practicing and maintaining a recovery – oriented lifestyle.
The Miracle House Foundation is a 501(c) 3 organization and was founded in 2008 by Dawn Granger. We believe in the 12-Step process of recovery. Our specialized recovery program meets the specific needs of each individual.
Our focus is not only on helping our women maintain and strengthen their recovery, but also in becoming productive members of a community.
Our graduates leave The Miracle House Foundation with a strong foundation in the recovery community and a clear understanding of the skills that are needed to live productive lives.
Dawn Granger: Executive Director and Founder – A Peer Recovery Support Specialist. Dawn graduated from Loyola Marymount as an Addiction Counselor. She has worked in the recovery field for 10 years plus.
Valeria Mason: Member since 2009 and former resident – Business Owner for fifteen years
Wendy Ewing: Member since 2011 -Program Manager