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Worthy Women Recovery Home

Transitional Housing
La Porte, IN
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1001 Maple Ave.
La Porte, IN - 46350

(219) 325-3360 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one Website Donate Go to Facebook

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About Worthy Women Recovery Home

Christian Recovery Reentry Program for former Inmates struggling with substance abuse issues. Jail or Prison modifications and pre releases, qualifying for RECOVERY WORKS Funding. Weekly cost is $120 (or 25% of gross pay up to 40 hours) whichever is less. Office Hours are 9am-8pm. Behavior compliance, can work full-time after 90 days of Moral Reconation Therapy, CBT Workbooks, and 12 Step Spiritual Journey, and meetings.

Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.

Mission Statement: Worthy Women Recovery Home is a Christian home that provides recently incarcerated and/or at-risk women with re-entry programs and the tools necessary to reduce recidivism rates and substance abuse addiction, while empowering them to be positive role models for their children and communities.

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