Lori Price the Director and Founder of Future Focus was born in Baltimore, MD. and raised on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Ms. Price received Bachelor’s degree in Human Services Business Management and currently enrolled in a Master’s program for Psychology. Ms. Price is also a certified addictions Counselor. Ms. Price is a recovering addict and no stranger to the disease of addiction and all the destruction it can bring in the life of a woman.
Mr. Demby was born and raised in Queen Anne’s County, Maryland, educated in the public school system, in Centreville, Maryland. After graduating high school, Mr. Demby served seven year in the United States Air Force as an Administrative Specialist. While in the Air Force, Mr. Demby attended Administrative Specialist training at Amarillo Air Force Base in Texas. After, Mr. Demby graduated from Administrative Specialist training he was assigned to Elmendorf Air Force Base in Anchorage, Alaska. While at Elmendorf Air Force Base, he worked as an Office Assistant, typing basic forms and letters, assisting the Office Supervisor and other office personnel.
After Mr. Demby's service in the U.S. Air Force, he went to work at Maryland Department of Transportation, Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA). While at the MVA, he worked in the Investigations Division and held a variety of positions. In June, 2012, Mr. Demby began to work with Future Focus Recover House for Women, assisting the Director with multiple task, and I continue to support this organization to the best of his ability.
Lori J. Price
Born in Easton, Maryland, and a mother of three, Ms. Richardson is a product of parents who are now recovering addicts. Ms. Richardson graduated from high school and moved out on her own at the age of 18. Always worried about her mother and father who never seemed to be able to stay clean, Ms. Richardson began to learn and go to meetings at Al-anon (alcohol) and Na-anon (drugs), which is a support group for people who have relatives or friends of addiction. Becoming a board member of Future Focus has given Ms. Richardson a purpose and a desire to help children and family members understand about the disease of addiction and the hope of knowing their loved ones can get better with our help.
Future Focus Recovery House for Women, Inc. (“Future Focus”) is a nonprofit organization, formed in 2012 to provide a safe, supportive, structured, drug free environment for addicts in early recovery. While recognizing that abstinence from all drugs and alcohol is necessary to invoke positive lifestyle changes for a holistic recovery, we also stress the importance of gaining early relapse prevention skills. We create an atmosphere conducive to recovery by providing structure through daily requirements that teach recovering addicts basic life skills that developed improperly due to neglect of self while in active addiction. Our group process should at all times be based on honesty, open mindedness and willingness. Striving for a spiritually based life we will begin to grow and strengthen our recovery community.
Our women's recovery program is located at 708 Church St., Cambridge, MD 21613. Future Focus offers a new beginning for women seeking recovery in a supportive, nurturing environment. Our beautiful 10 bed transitional living home provides women in recovery a dignified residential halfway house with a clinically driven 12 step based program to foster healing and growth. The natural environment and supportive staff make this an ideal setting for our program, which is designed to help recovering women realize their fullest potential while taking responsibility for themselves and their families — no matter what their life circumstances. We always maintain principles before personalities to protect our unity, and may we always have gratitude for this opportunity, and our recovery.
12 Step Program
Life Skills Training
Domestic Violence Groups
Educational & Vocational Training
The primary purpose is to provide a safe, structured, clean, drug and alcohol free environment for residents to help support and encourage recovery.