An Alberta woman with a fair share of trouble behind her is happy that she can help other women with a recovery home that has opened in High River.
Kimberley Courtney, the founder of the Narrow Road Home Recovery House, says that she was finishing her Master’s degree in psychology when her life completely fell apart.
“I was a single mother with three kids and I really struggled with where to go and where I could go and fall apart somewhere safely.”
Kimberley Courtney founded the Narrow Road Home Recovery House in High River, which helps women who are struggling with a myriad of issues. She is this week’s Inspiring Albertan.
Three years ago, Courtney bought a historic home in High River for her to live with her three children, but the 2013 flood got in the way.
“It was a rough time for everyone,” says Courtney. “During that time, I took in some women, some young ladies that were struggling with addictions.”