The Living Free residential program is for women desiring serious change for their life.  Whether you are coming from incarceration or seeking to make the hard changes you know you need to make, participants in our program will experience a healthy, accountable, and nurturing environment rooted in the grace and truth of a Biblical worldview.  We primarily serve women from our area who are seeking to transition into healthy independence but will also consider those who need to distance themselves from old environments.  We want to partner with women who are ready for change. 

The woman who inspired the name of our house, Megan,


Megan Mann was a resident in the Living Free house for almost two years. She passed away and fast tracked to heaven just a couple of weeks ago after two battles with cancer.

Megan was one of the first residents we had at Living Free and she made an impact wherever she went. Megan had battled addiction for most of her life in one form or another and finally came to see that her only hope was in Jesus. "HOPE" was the thing which gave Megan a new life and her vision was to be a "Hope Dealer", telling others about the hope found in a relationship with Jesus.

this past weekend Living Free dedicated its residential house in memory of Megan and her vision of being a "Hope Dealer" by naming it in her honor:

Megan's Hope House.

It is our hope to raise the funds needed to pay off the house by the end of 2021. So far $10,000 has been given in memorial money towards that goal. We have $40,000 more to raise to pay off the mortgage and free us from that financial responsibility.

The new Name of our house is Megan‘s hope house! There couldn’t be a better name. Love you Megan! We will continue To deal hope in northern Iowa!




What a Resident Can Expect


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


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  • Pay a monthly, affordable residential fee


  • Attend groups/classes


  • Visit weekly with a mentor and advisor


  • Visit monthly with a financial coach


  • Attend Sunday church of your choosing


  • Length of stay individually determined


  • Regular sobriety testing/accountability.


  • No significant other relationships


  • Weekly chores and community time at the house 


  • Provide your own food


  • Limited personal belongings


  • Fully furnished bedrooms

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