For more than 50 years, The Women’s Home has helped women build whole lives. These women have struggled with addictions, mental illness, homelessness, past abuse and a lack of job skills or education. We offer them a home and an individualized WholeLife program based on six wellness areas: emotional, financial, physical, social, spiritual and vocational. There are two residential campuses. The treatment and transitional housing program offers up to 18 months of support. In addition, The Women’s Home owns and operates an 88-unit apartment community, Jane Cizik Garden Place. Both residential programs offer a solution to those who seek a safe, sober and drug-free community where they can recognize and reach their unique potential for success.
The comprehensive Women’s Home program is a national model for successful rehabilitation, as we address societal issues such as substance abuse, mental illness, homelessness, poverty, crime and wellness. Our licensed professional team- psychiatrists, chemical dependency and vocational counselors, social workers, nurse practitioners and therapists- help our clients to gain the necessary self-esteem and skills to become successful and lead a productive life. Success means emotional stability, a steady source of income, a stable living situation, social support and a sense of purpose which comes from giving back to others.