Reaching for the Sun
The New Harmony House for Women in Recovery, is Reaching for the Sun with the installation of Solar, just as the hopes and dreams of their residence who wish to lead productive lives free of drugs and alcohol are. Tim Kearns, CEO of United Solar is helping to make this possible through a donation to The Turning Point of SC. Tim says, “When I learned how they provide a structured and safe residential setting for women recovering from substance abuse to mentally and spiritually reconnect with their families and communities, I knew I had to help”. Tim added, “The installation of solar will reduce their average annual electrical bill by $2000, and those savings can now be used for their recovery programs.”
The Turning Point of SC has been operating for over 21 years, and is a federally recognized non-profit entity caring for 150 male recovering addicts in Greenville, SC. The New Harmony House for Women in Recovery, is a 26-bed facility located at 800 Pendleton Street in downtown Greenville. They have formed collaborations with local businesses and non-profits to provide lifestyle counseling, financial assistance, and vocational training to help the women in their program to achieve their goals. This will not only enhance the recovery and quality of life of hundreds of recovering women, but it will also have a positive and lasting impact on the quality of life here in Greenville.
United Solar, a family owned and operated business, was established in 1987, and is one of the oldest and fastest growing solar companies in the Carolina’s. United Solar’s Social Responsibility Program, has continuously supported the Greenville Community and charities to help create a better living environment for all.