We are fully supportive of our residents while offering a family atmosphere for recovery.
Our programs are focused on reaching out to elderly or low-income women facing the problems of addiction, homelessness, and former incarceration, and helping them give the assistance they need. Specifically, we aim at concentrating on reaching out to these at risk women or elderly through providing transitional housing, job training, social, emotional support, and one-on-one mentorship that will help them flourish into the self-sufficient contributing member of society. We will focus on the Carroll County metropolitan area and individuals in our target audience who are located within this general vicinity. The basic idea is to ensure that individuals that completed detoxification have the tools they need to successfully make a transition from the streets towards become productive members of society.
with education, empowerment, & accountability.
Break the Cycle
promote and enable individual autonomy.
Unify Community Efforts
via information sharing and strategic planning.