Since opening our doors in 1996, more than 650 mothers and their children have experienced new beginnings. Women come to Renewal House with a substance-use addiction and other interlocking issues, such as co-occurring mental health disorders, homelessness, unemployment, limited formal education, a history of trauma, and entanglements with legal and child welfare systems.
As a result of Renewal House programs and services:
More than 50 drug-free babies have been born to mothers in the
75% of residential mothers maintain or regain child custody rights.
70% of residential mothers move with their families to
60% of women in the outpatient program reach the important
milestone of abstaining from substance-abuse for at least 30
consecutive days; and 45% graduate, having gained the tools
to lead a lifestyle in recovery.