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Penfield Christian Homes, Inc.

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Mental Health, Substance Abuse Treatment

Mission: Penfield Christian Homes is a nonprofit 501 (c) 3 organization which has been operating for the past 30 years (Established in 1979) carrying out its mission to "Reclaim Alcohol and Drug Addicted Men Through Christ and Christian Love." We now serve over nine hundred men per year, additionally providing support and counseling for their families. The program at Penfield is a six week cyclical program teaching Science Based Recovery as well as Relapse Prevention from a Christian perspective. We endorse cultural diversity and do not discriminate against anyone for any reason. Penfield Christian Homes has campuses located in Greene County, Walker County, and Berrien County.

Results: Approximately 900 men a year find freedom from addiction and live happy, productive lives through our unique, Christ-centered approach.

Target demographics: Adult men (18+) suffering from addiction to drugs and/or alcohol.

Geographic areas served: We serve anyone willing to travel to Georgia.

Programs: Alcohol and drug addiction recovery services

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

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Client Served

Rating: 5

I can't say enough. I get very emotional when I think of Penfield Christian Homes. God changed my life through this ministry and it has never been the same. In a few weeks I will celebrate 3 years of sobriety and have never desired to go back to my old life. Not even once. Penfield has an amazing mixture of addiction education, Biblical teaching and a staff that do what they do because they have a heart for seeing lives changed and set free by the power of Jesus Christ.

Ales C.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

My son went through the Penfield program and it impacted him positively in every way! They boldly told him the truth about himself and MADE HIM evaluate his past behavior and future goals. Our whole family has been blessed as a result of his time there. He's still sober, no setbacks, and our family is now a regular donor of food and support to the Penfield North "family".

God if blessing this program and I'm so grateful for it! The volunteers and counselors at Penfield North Campus are committed to the program's success and changed lives. They're strict and structured, but caring toward each client in the program. They treat the families of their clients with respect while helping them to realize anything in their family or personal structure that must be changed to help their family member have a successful recovery.