About

Mission Statement

Our mission is to decrease barriers of addiction and homelessness by providing substance treatment, recovery housing and supportive services to those in need in our community.

Vision

Our vision is to provide services to enhance, enrich and empower women to gain employment skills, sober living, education and economic security to improve their quality of life to achieve self-sufficiency.

  • Core values
    • Duty to make the community a safe place for families to enrich their lives
    • Inspired through our passion to serve others
    • Valuing those we serve as human beings
    • Embracing hope
    • Respect for quality of life
    • Supporting change
    • Integrity
    • Thriving for success
    • Yearning for the removal of barriers and stigmas that prevent change

 

  • Agency goals
    • Abstinence of alcohol/drugs
    • Client Advocacy
    • Modify counterproductive behaviors
    • Prevent and decrease homelessness
    • Rebuild and maintain the family unit
    • Increase employment opportunities
    • Permanent housing opportunities

Freedom House for Women, Inc. is a non-profit organization which was founded in January 2003.

The Board of Directors was formed in March 2003, which is comprised of a group of diverse professional community educators, mental health service providers and judicial leaders who are governed and committed to the mission, vision and establishment of Freedom House for Women, Inc.

The agency received its 501 (3) non-profit status from the Internal Revenue Service in November 2004.