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The Seeds of Hope Program

Are you or someone you love struggling with addiction? Seeds of Hope can help you through your recovery journey.

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Recovery House
The Seeds of Hope Recovery House is a transitional housing facility open to all women 18 years or older that can successfully pass a drug screen and have the willingness to learn a new lifestyle. Our mission is to provide a structured, loving environment to enable our women to successfully work through an individualized program of recovery, free from addiction. We can provide housing to 17 women during this recovery process. The cost is $105 per week and includes all meals and program fees. The house was recently updated and includes more private bedrooms, a large dining room, exercise room, computer lab and a furnished outdoor deck.

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Father Glenn O'Connor Home
The Father Glen O'Connor Home, which is located next to the Recovery House, has 22 single apartments and can provide an additional 18-24 months of housing for women who are continuing their recovery. If you are at least 6 months “clean” and have been employed for a minimum of 4 months and are actively working a recovery program, this is the place for you!

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Marvetta and Anthony Grimes Family Center-Coming in 2025!!
Groundbreaking is set to begin in 2024 with an anticipated completion date of 3rd quarter 2025. This project is a joint venture with Volunteers of America and will include two additional buildings on the land adjacent to the SOH Recovery House and the Father Glenn O’Connor Home. The first building will include 12 residential units, administrative offices, a daycare/preschool accommodating up to 65 children, and a medical clinic. The second building will include 24 residential units for women and their children after mom graduates from the recovery program. Upon completion of this next phase, the combined sober living campus will care for 75 women and many children!

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How does it work?

As residents enter the program, members of our staff evaluate and work with each resident to establish specific goals.  To remain in the house, each resident must comply with strict conditions, and abide by house rules.

They are required to:

  • Required to attend all in house meetings and 12-step meetings daily.
  • Work a minimum 32 hours a week and pay minimum program fees to help defray living expenses.
  • Required to find a sponsor and work a 12-step program.
  • Remain drug-free and submit to random drug screening.
  • Attend all in-house meetings.
  • Participate in the daily maintenance of the house including cleaning and cooking meals.
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An important aspect of the program is aiding residents in the development of job skills to enable them to lead more independent lives.  For some residents, the first step in the process is achieving the education necessary to obtain a job.  Women entering the house without a high school diploma (or equivalent) are required to obtain their GED.  Residents are also provided job skills training and career counseling with the goal of enabling them to obtain higher paying and more secure jobs.

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