She is beyond grateful for her career in substance abuse treatment. Kim considers work with families and individuals struggling with addiction a calling and an opportunity to share what was offered to her many years ago to pursue sobriety.
Started as an Intern with Prisons
Recovered from the addiction disease, Kim started working in recovery by interning as a substance abuse counselor within the Texas prison system-TDCJ at the Hamilton Unit in Bryan/College Station and the Estelle Unit in Huntsville.
Following that, she was the Program Counselor for La Hacienda’s former IOP in College Station.
A Passion for Helping Women
A big believer in the spiritual aspect of recovery, paying it forward and—most importantly–leading by example, she has a strong passion for helping women in recovery. She opened a sober living home for women in The Woodlands, which continues to serve that community.
She volunteers with 12 Step-based groups/programs in The Woodlands, Cypress, and Tomball.
Kim and her husband live in The Woodlands and have four children. She enjoys vacations with her family, Pilates, and interior decorating.