Gilead House is a transitional housing program, providing much more than just a place to live. It is a place of hope, healing, and life changing transformation. Our residents participate in weekly Life Skills courses to learn important skills in budgeting, job-seeking, parenting and relating. Each mom is matched with a mentor who serves as a friend and advisor, supporting her through the transition into her new life. Residents develop individual goals geared toward self-sufficiency and make permanent changes. If this sounds like a challenge you would like to accept, please fill out our Application for Residency and our Program Coordinator will contact you.
Gilead House residents must be:
- Single mother with at least 50% custody of her children
- At least 12 months clean and sober, and connected to the recovery community
- Working or be seeking employment of at least 32 hours per week
Willing to participate in weekly Life Skills classes on Tuesday evenings
- Willing to attend other Gilead House events at the home and in the community
- Motivated to make life changes toward the goal of self-sufficiency
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