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Our mission is to come alongside those struggling with addiction, homelessness, and/or poverty, including all ages, race, ethnicity, and income levels, so as to regain stability through a relationship with Christ.


"I can feel my life and foundation becoming stable for the first time. My job, meeting times, and all the programs they offer have become a way of life for me. They have taught me living a life of sobriety is not a moment but a lifestyle. If people are serious about their recovery, this is their place."
Phillip “Flip” - Age 33
"6 months ago, I was on the verge of suicide. I felt I didn’t know where to turn. I was referred to Friends House Ministries. The meetings and the programs they offer are non-pressured, which makes me grateful for the way they operate. They allowed me to recover at my own pace. Now I have restored hope and goals for my future. I love the job they referred me to, and I initially planned on staying a minimum of 6 months, and now I wish to remain at least a year to ensure I am as stable as possible as I continue my transition."
Tracy - Age 56
"I came to Friends House from another sober living home. I needed a quality place to grow, and over time I realized Friends House was an excellent decision. All the meetings, the classes, and the structure they provide are what I needed. I have graduated from the program, and I am successful at my job. I have my own apartment, and now I am looking to get married in the near future. In one month, I will be three years sober."
Patrick - Age 30

How Can You Help?

You don’t need to be a former addict/alcoholic or even a man to participate in the mission of  helping these men who are recovering. You just need a heart for those who are seeking recovery and Christ. Here is how you can partner with us…
The only reason Friends House Ministries can continue sharing the gospel is because of the support of people like you. We need your unique gifting and skills to keep this work going.
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