I came to Friendship House in August of 2017, after spending four months in an inpatient rehab in Wilmington. My drug of choice was alcohol, and I spent a lot of time trying to justify my drinking because I was just a college kid, and it was legal. I was a full time student, I […]
Hello. My name is Andrew Zebley, and I am a sober, recovering alcoholic and drug addict. I never thought I would be able to say those words. The plan I had for my life before sobriety was to miserably live out my days on the streets until I was in jail, or if I was […]
As the east coast managed it’s fourth nor’easter in March, many people wondered out loud, “Will spring ever come?” I heard many respond with, “Don’t worry, spring is just around the corner.” That reminds me of the children’s story collection about two of my favorite characters, Frog and Toad, created by Arnold Lobel. One story […]
How has Friendship House affected you? We have asked our supporters, volunteers, clients and staff this question and in this newsletter our housing Director and housing clients have answered this question. To read the electronic version click here. To read the printed and mailed version click here.
Friendship House of Delaware is proud to announce that Kim Eppehimer is to be the next Executive Director effective January 1, 2018. Kim has been working at Friendship House since 2014, after volunteering through Red Clay Creek Church Presbyterian Church for several years. After working over a decade in the multi- family and low income […]