Program Overview

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 Program 

The program is a minimum of 15 months with four phases. Privileges and family contact differ for each phase. While in the program the students will receive financial training as well as leadership, mental & sexual health, physical fitness (by eating healthy and exercising daily), relational, spiritual, vocational and home management skills. 

Children’s Program 

As a mother nears second phase around month four, leadership works with her and the caretaker of her children to decide when the mother is ready to transition her children to live with her at Abba House. It is then mom applies what she has learned about parenting and the child receives healing for past hurts. We provide people to help coach who have a heart to help mom be established as a successful parent and a heart to see the children flourish.  

Family Recovery 

We desire to help the whole family heal since the issues the women face are often deeply ingrained in the family system. We have family group two Sundays a month where families can learn how to communicate better and talk about issues that need to be discussed. This can be a perfect time to seek and give forgiveness.  

 
 

Program Curriculum

Students participate 3 hours a day in class to facilitate growth and healing. Whether they are establishing their voice and learning to say “no” or breaking free of the bondage that keeps them isolated, these courses are designed to complement each other throughout the healing process. Classes consist of live and video instruction as well as workbooks and group discussion.

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Abba House operates as a nonprofit 501c3. We are supported from donors just like you to help women and their children suffering from the challenges associated with addiction. If you are nterest in making a financial donation, please select the option below.

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I grew up in a silent home where it wasn’t safe to share your heart. As I grew older I sought men who were toxic and found comfort in drugs. In 2016, I found myself in jail once more, except this time, I was pregnant. I hit my knees in my cell and asked God to please rescue me and I would follow Him. Broken, lonely and hopeless I arrived at Abba House. I was introduced to who God really is and show a beautiful example of what a family looks like. My chains are gone!
— Amy P.