Founder Pamela Dixon Had A Dream

You know you need help but don’t know where to begin. You are tired of living a life centered on drugs or alcohol. Cravings for drugs or alcohol overwhelm you. You can’t stay clean for more than 24 hours, sometimes less.

Pamela had a vision

To give back to her community Miss Pamela Dixon decided in Pontiac, Michigan in 1998 that to assist individuals afflicted with the illness of addiction, she would open a recovery resident facility.

She knew that recovery from addiction cannot be done alone.

Today her vision has come to light here in St Petersburg.  Pamela has designed and opened a recovery residential facility.

“A New Direction for Women and Men™”

It provides over 60 residents with the tools necessary to achieve long-term sobriety.

Her staff and volunteers have all been through drug or alcohol recovery and are able to guide the residents every step of the way.

The main residential center is run by four employees and 8-10 volunteers.

A New Direction for Women and Men™ staff believe:

Don’t give up and let addiction win, we can help you get on the road to recovery.