Men of different needs have come through the doors over the years. Those who are coping with divorce, emotional shock, after leaving a rehabilitation program, or just need extra support are just some examples of who would benefit from the program.
Each individual is responsible for their personal needs. They are asked to keep their room neat and tidy,as well as themselves. They are given food for the week and instructed on how to budget their allotment and prepare their meals. Everyone is assigned a daily chore that contributes to the community. They are assigned a day and given instructions on how to do their laundry. The men are assisted in maintaining a budget for their expenses and personal needs. Church services are held Tuesday nights and Bible studies on Thursday morning. Residents are encouraged to find employment and be involved in a local church.
We believe that giving an individual the skills for independent living and a strong spiritual foundation produces men who are confident and productive in their lives and have a positive impact on their society.