Angelia Anderson became a licensed Drug & Alcohol Counselor after beating the odds of being addicted to drugs and alcohol over half of her life. She answered her calling in 2000 and immediately became involved in working with women in transition from some of the same life problems she once experienced.
In 2008, she married Dwight Anderson and the two agreed that Denver Metro area lacked sufficient programs to help prevent homelessness, recidivism, and non-compliance with court mandates and drug & alcohol related treatment.
They opened the doors of their home to women and men from the Colorado Department of Corrections, City and County Drug Courts, and the homeless by offering hope to the hopeless.
Sharon A. Reed
Sharon is a native of San Antonio, TX. She earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Human Services with a specialization in Criminal Justice from Wayland Baptist University and a Master’s of Science in Organizational Leadership from Our Lady of the Lake University. She is passionate about serving at-risk children and families: namely, children, youth, and individuals with special needs. She has a combination of 24 years leadership experience in non-profit and faith-based organizations. Sharon has been married 37 years and has 2 daughters, 2 grandchildren, and 2 great-grandchildren. She loves spending time with family and enjoys traveling, and missions trips. Sharon has served on Treasure House of Hope Board of Directors since it’s inception.
Shelly is a native of Oklahoma, where she was educated through Oklahoma’s Department of Education. She relocated to Aurora, Colorado in 2012 where she currently resides. Shelly has dedicated the last 4 1/2 years of her life to the work and training of full-time ministry as a volunteer. Shelly currently serves as a program assistant in a residential training program that provides shelter and comprehensive services to disadvantaged families and children. Shelly performs various functions from: managing the office record keeping and operations, implementation and monitoring of program procedures and policies, performing new enrollee’s intake and assessments, to one-on-one peer counseling.
Shelly also serves as a leader in her community at-large, by mentoring and coaching women and teen mothers in life skills development and sobriety. She volunteers in her church’s children ministry and Ushers/Greeters ministry.
Shelly is currently pursuing a degree in accounting and enjoys participating in community outreach events that exposes her to other business networks. In addition, Shelly is always looking for opportunities to develop alliances with other community and faith-based organizations for the betterment of the community.