Being a part of Casa Pacifica and helping women find their true authentic self and maintain continuous sobriety is something Kim never imagined herself doing. Growing up in Panama City Beach, FL she fell into the Spring Break party scene and stayed long after the party was over. After numerous treatments, detoxes and failed attempts at sobriety Kim chose to come to Casa Pacifica to create a foundation in sobriety. Four years later she not only calls California home but has planted deep roots in the recovery community and is returning the love and support that she received from Casa Pacifica to the women there today.
A natural born athlete you’ll often find her on a spin bike or in the gym picking things up and putting them down. Creativity is by far Kim’s passion whether it’s throwing paint on a canvas, slinging mud on a potter’s wheel, or finding new ways to get to Z without going through the whole alphabet. With the help of her strong and continuous connection to her Higher Power, working 12 step programs, doing intensive trauma therapy and being a “channel” of peace and hope for the women that she comes in contact with everyday she has found her true purpose in life. For Kim, having fun being sober and constant laughter is key to making it one day at a time. Those days start adding up and they turn into months that turn into years that turn into a life you never thought possible doing things you never thought you could.
~Every act of creation is first an act of destruction.