YWCA Evansville - Transition Housing Recovery Program (THRP)

118 Vine Street
Evansville, IN - 47708
812-422-1191

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The YWCA provides a highly structured four-phase residential program for homeless women in recovery from substance abuse. In 2012, THRP provided approximately 9,300 nights of safe shelter.   The typical client entering their program is unemployed and without resources.   She has very little contact with her family and has likely lost custody of her children due to her history of substance abuse.   Their case managers immediately begin working with new clients to assess their needs and develop personal goals for them.   Clients create an Individual Development Plan and they review their progress with their case managers.   The overall goal for the THRP clients is that they will comply with all program guidelines, remain sober, and complete the program.   During this time, clients are attending daily NA/AA meetings, meeting with their sponsors, struggling to achieve/maintain sobriety and seeking employment.   Therefore, it is imperative that the YWCA provide them with the essentials such as food, clothing, personal care items, counseling and recovery educational materials. 

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What is your current addiction OR problem that you are seeking help for? How long have you had this issue?

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Methamphetamine

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Monday, November 9, 2020

Methamphetamine

I have hit rock bottom 3times now I been in a mental hospital in Newbury

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Thursday, March 5, 2020

I have hit rock bottom 3times now I been in a mental hospital in Newbury

I was addicted to meth for 17 years I have been 3 months sober in the House of Victory looking to commune home so I can see my kids more

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Tuesday, October 29, 2019

I was addicted to meth for 17 years I have been 3 months sober in the House of Victory looking to commune home so I can see my kids more

Homeless with meth addiction

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Friday, May 31, 2019

Homeless with meth addiction

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Do they take ex felons?

Do they take ex felons?

Yes

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Monday, November 9, 2020

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2020-03-05 05:16:36

I have been homeless going on 1and a half cut all Tues from my toxic dauggters just a couple months went to a mental hospital in Newbury I need help getting back on my feet in a new place so I can start a fresh life I have been through demostic abuse recently left boyfriend for abuse I need some help but in the long run I am scared to go into shelters in a new town not knowing anyone but my son in a group home there in evensville

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