Women United to Uphold Families




Gwendolyn’s journey to healing and recovery began. After three treatment programs coupled with support via Narcotics Anonymous, Gwendolyn overcame her addiction and found a new purpose in life. September 19, 1988 was the last day Gwendolyn used any mind-altering drug.  Job 8:7 says “Where you began will seem unimportant, because your future will be so successful.” It is with her faith in God, her commitment to sobriety, and living a life of being a blessing to her family and community. 





Delores Johnson was born, raised and still resides in Kalamazoo MI. With the right help, she pulled her way out of drug addiction, regained custody of all 5 of her children and slowly began to take her life back. For the most part she was a single mother making ends meet. She is the epitome of strength and gives new meaning to the phrase, “where there’s a will, there’s a way”.

Mothers of Hope is celebrating the HOPE, LOVE & RESILINCE of Gwen and Delores.  Both women have over THIRTY YEARS of sobriety.  Please join us, hear their stories and celebrate their personal accomplishments and their efforts advancing the vison and mission of Mothers of Hope.

Join Mothers of Hope Saturday February 15, 2020
6 pm - 10 pm
Southwest Michigan First - the Catalyst Center - 261 E. Michigan Ave, Suite 200
$25 per person tickets on Eventbrite: 


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