TRANSFORMATIONAL RECOVERY OF THE ADDICTED POOR.

RESTORE

RESTORE enables the addicted poor to become clean and sober through life-long God- focused recovery. 

Help us feed the homeless, this Easter.

What we do

In America 23 million suffer from alcohol and drug addiction. At RESTORE we care for those that are addicted and homeless, or have lost their job, the ones with no insurance, who have no way to pay the cost of a pricey treatment center, but still desire to break free from addiction.

And with your help, we are seeing the forgotten in our community find sobriety and become self-sufficient!!

Men's Residential Addiction Home

Home for homeless inmates who want long-term recovery from addiction.

Men's Aftercare Recovery Home

Transitional housing for men who have completed the residential program.

Women's Aftercare Recovery Home

Home for mother’s to work towards re-uniting with their children on a permanent basis after recovery.

COVID-19 Crisis Response

 When the pandemic began, county and private shelters in our area closed down. In response, RESTORE launched More-Than-A-Meal. More-Than-A-Meal provides pre-packaged food, fresh fruit, and water to homeless camps in our area, feeding over 500 people a month. More-Than-A-Meal aims to build genuine connection and deeper. relationships with the chronic homeless in our area, and to guide them into recovery and mental health programs. 

Why we are different

RESTORE first and foremost relies upon the transformation found in Jesus Christ. We place our hope in Him and believe that from Him comes the ability to have new life. Our program has been shaped by this core belief and has led us to offering a unique recovery program that stand apart from traditional programs in that:

 

  • We provide recovery in a residential home.
  • We work with those recently released from incarceration who struggle with addiction.
  • We provide residential, transitional homes after the addicted poor go through a recovery program that offer support and accountability as they learn to live sober, productive lives. We are one of the few aftercare transitional recovery programs for women with children.
  • We offer mentoring and coaching to other compassionate leaders around the world, who are interested in providing services for the addicted poor.

Working alongside the court systems

Many of our male candidates come to us from the county jail. A judge, after the candidate is vetted by RESTORE, assigns them to finish a residential addiction recovery program instead of starting a prison sentence. What a blessing to see transformational recovery in residents who are on probation or parole. This also saves tax payers thousands of dollars in prison costs!