To provide a transitional sober living environment, education, and case management: for homeless, indigent recovering women with and without children whose lives have been impacted by drug addiction, alcoholism, homelessness, and incarceration.
The P.O.W.E.R. HOUSE of Houston Program is a 501 (c) (3) tax exempt nonprofit organization. We were established in July 2001 and designed to assist the community, governmental agencies, Harris and surrounding counties with addressing societal issues of: Homelessness; Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation; Intervention/Prevention; Incarceration Recidivism Reduction Rates; and most importantly Family Bonding and Reunification.
Our program targets the Northeast side of Houston in the Kashmere/Trinity Gardens area. Our desires are to be given an opportunity to continue to provide long term transitional/sober housing for homeless, recovering single women and women with minor dependent children. This targeted population needs safe, secure, drug free supportive housing to assist them with the continuance maintenance of their recovery, as well as the restructuring and the rebuilding of their dysfunctional family units.
Our residential stay is up to 24 months and resident must me medically stable and willing to participate in her own recovery. The schedule consist of mandatory attendance and participation in daily groups sessions, weekly individual counseling sessions, 12 step meetings (outside and inside), parenting classes, family group, GED/college preparation/higher learning, job skills training, and financial coaching.
Our Recovery And Children Environment (R.A.C.E.) component assist families with Early Childhood Development issues, drugs/gang prevention and resistance groups, individual/family sessions, and age appropriate activities.
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