Amy Winehouse Foundation Opens Home for Women Recovering From Addiction

Five years after Amy Winehouse’s untimely passing, the Amy Winehouse Foundation has opened a new house to help women dealing with drug and alcohol addiction recover and reintegrate into society. Based in East London, and set up with Centra Care and Support, the recovery house is called Amy’s Place, and can lodge up to 16 women at a time, The Guardian reports. Those who reside at Amy’s Place will participate in a “‘co-production model,’ which gives them shared control over the services that aid their recovery.” via Pitchfork