January 2022 Newsletter

Nexus Newsletter | January 2022 January is a time of new beginnings. This month, we’re highlighting the results of the Virtual Toy Drive by Brivo, Nexus’ award for Outstanding Healthcare Collaboration at the D CEO 2021 Excellence in Healthcare Awards last November, and a client success story by Nexus alum, Roshell Johnson, who shared her recovery … Read more

December 2021 Newsletter

Nexus Newsletter | December 2021 December is a time to reflect over the past year and look ahead towards the new one. In this month’s issue, learn about how Nexus provides food security and nutrition for clients in need, ways you can support women and children at Nexus during our Holidays at Nexus fundraiser and … Read more

November 2021 Newsletter

Nexus Newsletter | November 2021 This month’s newsletter features our Recovery Support Services (RSS) program, a shoutout to our community partners PepsiCo/Frito-Lay and the North Texas Food Bank, and a staff highlight with Recovery Advocate and Charge Staff, Dori DeMay. Support You’re Invited! Nexus 50th Anniversary Disco & Dessert Friday, November 12, 2021 8:00 – … Read more

October 2021 Newsletter

Nexus Newsletter | October 2021 In this month’s issue, learn about Nexus’ Detox program, our new Young Supporters Council, and several fun events this fall to support the women and children of our recovery community. Then, read more from Nexus alum, Destiny Hall, who visited campus to share her victories since leaving treatment. Security For … Read more

September 2021 Newsletter

Nexus Newsletter | September 2021 September is a time of new beginnings—a new school year and a new fall season. This month’s newsletter features our new partnership with Trusted World, a shout out to National Recovery Month and North Texas Giving Day, as well as a staff spotlight on Sondra Hamilton, our Child Development Center … Read more

August 2021 Newsletter

Nexus Newsletter | August 2021 As summer winds down and fall approaches, we are preparing for the start of a new school year for the children in residence, and new beginnings for women leaving treatment and those just beginning their journey. This month’s newsletter includes research about the increased overdose rate in 2020 and new … Read more

July 2021 Newsletter

Nexus Newsletter | July 2021 It’s July and Nexus is abuzz with warm-weather activities on campus and in the community. This month’s newsletter features several exciting community partners as well as a story by Nexus alum, Mariana Armas, who recently shared her recovery journey with us. Then, join the action with our Summer Olympic Fundraiser … Read more

June 2021 Newsletter

Nexus Newsletter | June 2021 Did you know? June is Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Awareness Month According to the Centers for Disease Control, neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS) is a withdrawal syndrome that can occur in newborns exposed to certain substances, including opioids, during pregnancy. Nexus is one of a few facilities in the state that provides … Read more

May 2021 Newsletter

Nexus Newsletter | May 2021 THE MERRY MONTH OF MAY Warm weather and spring blooms welcome the month of May. We are so thankful for all of the support we receive from the North Texas community. This month’s issue celebrates our wide range of community supporters from foundations to volunteer service projects, as well as our … Read more

April 2021 Newsletter

Nexus Newsletter | April 2021 April showers bring May flowers… It’s springtime at Nexus! The campus has been abuzz with springtime cheer. After February’s sudden winter storm, everyone is ready to enjoy warmer spring weather, sunshine, and spring flowers. This month’s issue features an interview with Charles Betts, our new Director of Operations, and a special … Read more

March 2021 Newsletter

Nexus Newsletter | March 2021 Empowering Women for 50 years… An admission of powerlessness, rigorous honesty, and deep humility are some of the core requirements of women seeking sobriety. In 1971, a group of women on their own recovery journey had the foresight to create High Hopes Rehabilitation Center – a residential substance use disorder … Read more