Ruth's Miracle Home

Transitional Housing
Prince Frederick, MD
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250 Merrimac ct.
Prince Frederick, MD - 20678

410-231-1922 or Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one ruthsmiraclegh@gmail.com Website

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About Ruth's Miracle Home

Ruth Miracle Home (RMH) is a community-based transitional facility established in 2010 to empower at-risk women to uplift and improve their overall lifestyles. The primary goal of RMH is to equip residents with skills and coping strategies to obtain and sustain independence, self-sufficiency, and a drug/violence free life-style. RMH is located in a small and isolated, suburban neighborhood of Calvert County, Maryland. RMH serves women with past histories of drug addiction, domestic violence and/or incarceration who are or may be at-risk of relapse due to homelessness. Referrals are accepted from public or private community based programs and women must have completed addiction treatment programs or be transitioned from a temporary women's shelter or prison.

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