Welcome Home Ministries
Recovery Support Programs

Men that choose to participate in Welcome Home Ministries’ recovery support program are part of a peer-group culture. All recovery participants are asked to make a commitment of at least six months to work through six levels of a person-centered, individualized recovery program. The purpose of the structured recovery program is to provide recovery participants with the necessary “recovery tools” to assist them during their arduous journey toward healing, recovery from the disease of addiction, wholeness and ultimate self-sustainability.

Mattie posing with graduation certificate. Program graduate Mattie M.

Our Services

To provide an alcohol and drug recovery support program that encourages participants to reach long-term healthy sobriety, self-sufficiency, spiritual wholeness and improvement of overall physical and mental health…

Welcome Home Ministries provides a safe, clean and supportive housing environment that fosters healing, reconciliation, and recovery from alcohol and drugs. Our recovery residences provide affordable congregate living for mostly homeless men, a “safe-haven” and supportive services for Veterans of War in partnership with the Department of Veterans Affairs, and permanent supportive recovery housing for recovery program graduates.

We also provide direction, guidance and mentoring services for program participants. Additionally, we provide assistance in acquiring medical treatment with healthcare professionals, clinics and/or treatment facilities for participants with ongoing physical healthcare needs and/or residents who have co-occurring disorders (chemical dependency with mental health conditions).

Another successful graduate.

Alcohol and Drug Recovery Support

Our alcohol and drug recovery support ministry provides a structured environment that fosters recovery, healing, wholeness and reconciliation.

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Daryl Murray with program participants.

Congregate Living Recovery Housing

Congregate living recovery housing residents are asked to make a minimum commitment of six months to our highly structured recovery support program and ministry of compassionate care.

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Daryl Murray on steps of a Welcome Home residence.

Permanent Supportive Recovery Housing

Permanent supportive recovery housing is designed for individuals who wish to maintain their sobriety in a supportive recovery housing community. Eligible individuals must have successfully completed an alcohol and drug recovery support program.

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Welcome Home participant on the job.

Supported Employment

There is a demonstrable need for our clients to find gainful employment to help them return to a responsible level of citizenship and self-sustainability.

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Our mission

To enter into worlds of brokenness in order that all might experience wholeness in Jesus Christ.