All participants are accepted regardless of background. House of Divine Guidance accepts individuals who have completed a treatment program and are committed to remaining clean and sober. Clients must actively participate in a recovery program. Clients with mental disorders must see a therapist and maintain required medications and therapy sessions. Participants must be willing to commit to program guidelines, which includes regular urine testing.
Being safe is a prerequisite to meaningful self- determination.
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House of Divine Guidance is responsible for creating an environment where people of different backgrounds feel respected and valued.
An essential outcome of the program is developing caring, constructive, competent relationships. House of Divine Guidance builds relationships upon a foundation of nonjudgmental engagement, respect, dignity, honesty, and accountability.
Each person is more than the sum of his/her "problems" or "diagnoses." House of Divine Guidance expects to go beyond single-issue or short-term interventions to achieve sustainable solutions for the whole person.
Creating community is a powerful approach to creating change.
House of Divine Guidance is a emergency housing and service program for homeless women. We provide a welcoming atmosphere where women feel the love of Christ, nurturing, and support to receive needed resources and services that result in improved relationships and finances, better physical health and mental health, reliable income, and stable housing. We empower women to become self-sufficient, to rise above their circumstances, and to achieve a higher purpose.