TCP Shines Bright on Women’s Recovery Center Revitalization Project
With the donation of lighting products, TCP supports the Women’s Recovery Center of Cleveland
“We are excited to help the center by providing energy efficient lighting solutions for their construction project,” said Lesley Matt, Director of Marketing for TCP. “Lighting plays such an important role in creating a comforting environment, we are privileged to donate lighting solutions that will foster an environment where individuals can learn and grow. Additionally, we are happy that the center will be able to take advantage of
the long term energy savings our LED lights provide.”
TCP donated roughly $18,000 worth of energy efficient lighting solutions to the women’s recovery center. TCP believes that these solutions will provide the center with significant savings on energy and maintenance over the life of the lamps.
To learn more about the work of the Women’s Recovery Center of Cleveland or to make a donation to their renovation project, visit http://womensctr.org.
To learn more about the energy efficient lighting solutions TCP can provide visit www.tcpi.com.
Founded in 1993 with its North America headquarters in Aurora, Ohio, Technical Consumer Products, Inc., a subsidiary of TCP International Holdings, Ltd., is a leader in energy efficient lighting innovations. TCP’s extensive product offerings include LED and CFL lamps and fixtures, internet-based lighting control solutions and other energy efficient lighting products. TCP is a proud ENERGY STAR® partner of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. For more information, visit www.tcpi.com.
About the Women’s Recovery Center of Cleveland
The Women’s Recovery Center is a unique place. They utilize a holistic, trauma-integrated approach to treating chemical dependency, incorporating physical healing as well as emotional healing. The women who enter their doors are complex and have faced multiple traumas which have contributed to their drug and alcohol abuse. By using a trauma-integrated model, the center’s addiction counselors help clients learn about their disease, how it developed, and how to cope in a sober environment. The center’s graduates develop life management skills, parenting skills, and an overall sense of independence and self-sufficiency.