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Shalom Recovery

A Place of Uncommon Peace

“Then they cried to the LORD in their trouble, and He saved them from their distress. He sent forth His word and healed them; He rescued them from the grave.”
Psalm 107: 19-20

Staff and Board

Stacey Carroll

Director

"God gave me a vision to help ladies recover from addiction in 1997. For the last 17 years I have been able to do what God put me on this earth to do. There is absolutely nothing I would rather do."

Libby Wooten

Assistant Director

"God has allowed me the privilege of serving at Shalom with a wonderful group of Godly women. Everyday I am reminded it is His call that allows me to help hurting people by pointing them to the One who heals."

Bunny Schuler

"I love working at Shalom because I get to serve the Lord and do His work."

Carol Jones

"It is a true blessing for me to be a part of Shalom. I love seeing God's work being done each and every day through the staff and residents."

Karena Smith

"I enjoy being a part of a team that genuinely loves the Lord and helps women in their recovery and daily walk with Jesus."

Randy Ellenburg

Remnants Store Manager

"To be a blessing to all that enter the store and to stay pliable in the Potter's hand."

Revonda Reed

"Truly, Shalom is a place of life transformation that I uniquely witness in the lives of women who enter its gates. For me, it is a marvelous spiritual experience to serve the women and be a part of Shalom staff."

Kim Matkins

Office Administrator

"It is truly a blessing to work at Shalom Recovery Center. I am amazed to see what God does for each woman that enters, including me. I am privileged to see miracles happen every day."

The Shalom Recovery Board of Directors

Amanda V. Jewell, Chairman

Co-Owner of Hampton Furniture

Dale Lynch, Vice-Chairman

Pastor of First Baptist Church of Belton

Patricia Walker

Counselor

Rita M. Davis

CPA, Anderson County Finance Manager

Melody Chambers

Attorney

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