Set Free Indeed Ministry was proud to host a reception in honor of the Chief Executive Officer of NAMI, Mr. Daniel Gillison. The event was amazing and we'd like to thank everyone that presented and attended. To see the photos from the event
"Tonja Myles started Set Free Addiction Services because people struggling with substance abuse in Baton Rouge needed “wrap around” services. Seeing a lack of support for this community, Tonja started serving on Fridays out of her own house. Now, she has the structure to support people and their families on the road to recovery."
"With drug treatment, conversion is often the central goal, the only true measure of recovery."This program is about more than being sober, it's about being saved," is the motto of Tonja Myles, the former addict who runs the Set Free Indeed ministry"
"For Myles and her husband, Darren, that means taking the message of faith plus hard work everywhere: to street corners, families, prisons and politicians. They founded Set Free Indeed ministries through Healing Place Church. “I took God at his word,” Myles explained."
Her journey led her from the crack house to the White House, where, in 2003, she was the honored guest of President George W. Bush and First Lady Laura Bush at the State of the Union Address. In his address, President Bush acknowledged the rehabilitation program Myles created in Baton Rouge to help those addicted to drugs.