No, we are a transitional home for men in recovery and not a detox or rehabilitation facility.  Detox should occur prior to residency.

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Yes. Men arrive at Providence Home from prison and jail, as well as alcohol/drug treatment programs, homeless programs, or other unstable environments.  We have relationships with chaplains, social workers, and other Corrections staff to set up interviews before release.

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Yes, we can help if he is willing take responsibility for his actions, desire to change his life, and commit to the structure and accountability of our program. Providence Home creates this environment for men who would likely otherwise go back to their former living situation or rely on overextended and/or under-resourced family members or friends, placing them at high risk for relapse and even death. We can provide a supportive, safe environment, but ultimately, it is up to each man to determine the outcomes of his life.

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Residents are not only provided basic needs, such as three meals a day, a safe place to live, dorm-like room, clothing closet, and weekly laundry services, they are also provided a variety of holistic services that address root causes of poverty and help them seek change to realize their personal potential.  Each of our partnering contributors help to reunite with their families and become financially, spiritually, emotionally, and physically stable.

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Positioned a mile north of downtown, we are on the bus line. Primary transportation used by residents is The COMET Central Midlands Regional Transit Authority. Providence Home assists with transportation on certain occasions.

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Yes, we are a Christ-centered, faith-based transitional home. A man of any religious or faith background is welcome at Providence Home. Our approach is Biblically-based.

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Yes, we have a limited supply of handicapped rooms, keeping in mind we are designed to be a home for working men.

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Our dormitory rooms are dorm-style with 2-3 men to a room.

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Yes, this is an expectation. Our transitional home program is designed for a man to establish stability and the ability to support himself financially, as well as his family.

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No, we are a home for men only.

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A man who agrees to be part of the program also agrees to these main requirements:  Actively seek employment, required attendance at chapel five times per week, zero tolerance for drugs/alcohol usage, assist with cleaning tasks in the common spaces, curfew at 10:00 pm, and no prescribed narcotics. Behavioral expectations include treating others with respect and no fighting, racial conflicts, confrontations, inappropriate sexual behavior, profanity, crude behavior, or foul/abusive language. Each resident sets goals for their stay and works toward them for a successful transition.  Recovery is a process and a journey, not a quick fix.

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There is no application fee.  However, each resident is expected to pay $100 per week in fees as their contribution toward their recovery.

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Our census changes daily, so if we are full, we encourage men interested in Providence Home to call back daily.  If there is a bed available, the interview will determine if we are a good match for a man who is applying. See our application process here.

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We do not keep a waiting list. Please keep calling back daily.

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We are a transitional home for men who are desiring to seek change in their life. We are not a match for someone looking for an overnight stay, emergency bed, or even a month stay.

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