In the highly structured program at Susannah's House, women engage in a gender-specific treatment specializing in alcohol and drug addiction. This treatment program focuses on issues which are pertinent to recovery and stabilization that include self-esteem and self-worth, empowerment, and positive lifestyles.
Susannah’s House, an alcohol and drug treatment program for mothers in recovery, is a faith-based organization that exists to serve the spiritual, physical, and emotional needs of mothers and their children.
Women who choose to participate in the program at Susannah’s House will be able to receive a number of services on site as well as assistance receiving services off site. There are a number of groups and services that are offered at Susannah’s House to support mothers and their children, described in more detail below.
Physical: Susannah’s House will strive to meet the physical needs of the mothers and their children by providing referrals to appropriate agencies for housing and medical needs. Susannah’s House members will also have the option to earn points for participating in activities to use in the Susannah’s House store to purchase baby, infant, and child items, school supplies, clothes, and hygiene products.
Spiritual: Susannah’s House will provide opportunities for members to attend Bible study classes on site. There is a prayer ministry team that will support Susannah’s House staff, volunteers, and mothers on an on-going basis and will be available to support the members as well.
Emotional and Mental: Staff licensed in the mental health field are available to provide on-going individual therapy to members at Susannah’s House.
Financial: Susannah’s House offers a variety of supports for mothers seeking to manage their financial well being. Financial peace is a course that will be offered pending interest. Budgeting classes, assistance with creating resumes, interviewing skills, and job skills are also offered.
Social: Susannah’s House offers an opportunity for members to connect with other mothers in a similar situation and build a healthy support system in recovery, spiritual, educational, and fun classes. Each mother may request to be assigned a trained mentor for additional weekly support.
For more information about Susannah's House, please contact us at 865-200-4759 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org