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Causes: Group Homes, Mental Health, Mental Health Disorders, Residential Mental Health Treatment, Substance Abuse Prevention

Mission: The mission of The Women''s Home is to help women in crisis regain their self-esteem and dignity, empowering them to return to society as productive, self-sufficient individuals.

Results: In 1957, The Women’s Home started with just a handful of clients. Now, we directly treat and serve more than 200 women annually. As our client’s needs have evolved so has our organization. In 2010, The Women’s Home built and opened the Jane Cizik Garden Place, an 87-unit safe, sober drug-free permanent supportive housing community in Spring Branch (West Houston).

Programs: The Women's Home programs include residential, clinical and vocational care. Treatment is individualized and based on a wellness model that addresses 6 areas of a woman's life: Emotional, social, physical, spiritual, fiscal and vocational.

Community Stories

4 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Client Served

Rating: 5

I had no idea there was such a place as TWH to help women get back on their feet. I had been struggling for years with substance abuse, not being able to keep a job for very long, I ruined all my relationships and was even cut off from my family. At TWH I was taught about addiction and how I can actually enjoy life without the drugs. I learned that I couldn't keep running from my feelings, and how I am "allright" with feelings today. I still continue to learn about myself and my addiction. Today and everyday I thank God for TWH, they gave me my life back, but even better than I've ever known. I've got 2 years and 11 months of sobriety- this is a miracle in itself! I'll always be grateful for TWH and all the counselors, volunteers, interns etc. They are the ones that saved my life.

Review from Guidestar

Client Served

Rating: 5

The Women's Home literally saved my life. I was 8months sober when I got to the Women's Home and I had only scatched the surface of all the issues and baggage I had carried around for years and year. I couldn't stay sober, in and out of Jail and treatment programs. TWH afforded me the opportunity to heal. Through hours of therapy, classes and lectures I was able to do a real "house cleaning" The safe environment and support from my peers and staff allowed me to share honestly without feeling bad about my experiences. I am forever grateful to them. Today I am comingup on 3 years clean, held a job for over 1 1/2 years and received 2 promotions. My life will never be the same and for that I am truly blessed and grateful.

Review from Guidestar

Client Served

Rating: 5

After 20 years of being chemically depenpent, I was given a second chance at life. TWH provided many resources and a safe environment in which to use them. I stayed the 18 months and was able to find employment with the help of TWH and become self-sufficient.

Review from Guidestar

Client Served

Rating: 5

I was at TWH for 13 months and it has definitely changed my life for the better. It is one of the best decisions that I have ever made and thanks to ernestly seeking for a new way of living and all the support that I received there, all my decisions are good today. I successfully completed the program there and now have my own apartment and a great job with potential for much growth. I still get services from TWH. I have been gone from there for 10 months, now and still meet with my individual therapist and my spiritual mentor. I have such a good life today. I am ever so grateful for TWH and pray that other ladies will take advantage of the opportunity that is offered, with such dignity, integrity and on and on. I can't say enought good things about this program. I am a very special person, today.

Review from Guidestar