Sisters in Christ manages three transitional homes in the Kansas City, Missouri urban core: Carolyn’s House of Faith, Serenity House, and Habakkuk House for women experiencing houselessness and reentering the community after incarceration. Annually, Sisters in Christ serves between 50 to 60 women through its Transitional Supportive Housing Program. The homes are accredited by the National Alliance for Recovery Residences (NARR) and certified by the Missouri Department of Mental Health.
Sisters In Christ, along with the residents, create a nurturing environment for the women to share their challenges and develop their life skills. A number of amenities are available to ensure an experience of comfort, safety, and accommodation, as they work towards their goals of self-sufficiency.
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The program begins with the first 30-60 days in the Serenity House by providing a nurturing, safe and supportive residence. We conduct medical and mental health assessments to ensure the first 30 days of treatment are completed. The assessment process will determine the existence of substance abuse disorders and allows the creation of a tailor-made treatment plan to maximize effects for each participant.
Carolyn’s House of Faith provides sober living and addresses eliminating criminal behavior. If relapse occurs, participants are encouraged to detox and allowed re-entry into the Serenity House to complete the first three stages of transition.
The Habakkuk House creates a social support system conducive to recovery by providing an environment of responsibility and accountability.