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MEGAN'S HOPE HOUSE

"Love is a safe place of shelter."

The Living Free residential program is for women desiring serious change in their life. Sobriety and transformation from old habits, addictions, and strongholds have a much greater chance of success in a supportive, healthy, accountable, and nurturing environment rooted in the grace and truth of God's love.

We seek to offer this to the women we serve.

What a Resident Can Expect​

  • Pay a monthly, affordable residential fee

  • Find employment of 30-40 hours a week with time off for required activities

  • Attend groups/classes

  • Visit weekly with a transitional coach and spiritual advisor

  • Attend our Tuesday  Night Celebrate Recovery

  • Attend Sunday church of your choosing

  • 6 month program with option to apply for extension

  •  ​Regular sobriety testing

  • Smoke free property​​

Applications can be obtained by calling us and telling us more about why you feel we would be a good match for helping you reach your goals.

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THE IMPACT OF MEGAN MANN

 

Megan Mann was one of the first residents we had at Living Free, and she made an impact wherever she went. She was a resident for almost two years with the first half of her time seeking recovery from addiction and preparation for her future. The second half of her time with us she spent fighting cervical cancer.

Through it all, she was a powerful inspiration. Megan came to see that her only hope was in Jesus. HOPE was the thing that gave Megan a new life. Her vision was to be a "Hope Dealer," telling others about the hope found in a relationship with Jesus.

 

We have named the Living Free residential house in memory of Megan and her vision of being a "Hope Dealer."  It is our hope that with this title, Megan's will always be able to help us carry forward the mission of Living Free.

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