Help men and women maintain sobriety long-term
Men and women who graduate from our residential recovery programs need support as they transition to self-sufficiency. Our aftercare program offers independent living with supportive services like counseling, life-skills classes, mentoring and group meetings. This extra support helps men and women maintain sobriety, find long-term housing and rebuild their lives.
Donate to Transitional Housing Volunteer
Your support provides aftercare services to more than 200 men and women in recovery each year.
When a man or woman graduates from our recovery program they are beginning a life-long journey. For some it is a daily struggle to maintain sobriety and make healthy choices. We desire to walk side-by-side with our program graduates long after they move out of our facilities. Volunteers and staff maintain encouraging relationships with graduates, offering resources and support along the way.
By Robin Wagner Director of Volunteer Services, City Gospel Mission During this national Volunteer Appreciation Week, we give our sincere thanks for each of you – over 2,500 strong –…
Amanda lost years of her life to her addiction. She alienated her family and even pushed her son away. She tried a few recovery programs, but she always relapsed. Then,…
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