The Habakkuk House creates a social support system conducive to recovery by providing an environment of responsibility and accountability.Apply Donate
The participants develop structure with fellowship, support groups, skills training, recovery coaching, and classes.
Most of the participants are low or no-income individuals and have no insurance or other sources of income to pay for services. While residing in the Habakkuk House, the participants remain in and complete their treatment plans.
The participants begin looking for employment, if not already employed, to pay program fees that begin with the first 90 days of their stay.
An evaluation of the treatment plan is made for adjustments and personal goals are identified. Personal goals include improving employment and educational status by enrolling in a GED or college program. Family relationships and living environments are addressed by reunification with children, assistance with Parent Aid visits, developing partnerships with other community services to help the participants achieve their goals.