Our Program

How it Works

Soaring Heights operates 2 homes that provides transitional housing for 13 adults with or without minor children.

Soaring Heights facilitates family reunification and allows individuals, with or without minor children, for up to 18-months of safe, secure, and structured housing. This provides time to identify and address barriers that have prevented reintegration into mainstream society, to reunite with their children. While residing at Soaring Heights, everyone will be required to obtain employment, engage in recovery-based activities, and participate in random drug testing. Our model is based on self-sufficiency. Our goal is to see them become self-supporting while they reintegrate back into mainstream society.

Teri’s Story

“I felt like I couldn’t be a mom—I couldn’t protect her. They were better off without me. If I really wanted to be clean, I had to do it. I’ve learned how to trust people, how to ask for help.”

What to Expect

  • Assistance for those who are struggling with homelessness and addiction.
  • Affordable transitional housing.
  • Safe housing where children can be returned to parents.
  • Those participating in Medicated Assisted Treatment can continue their journey where there is no stigma or judgement.
  • Guidelines to help maintain the sobriety and safety of those who live there.
  • Expectations are to remain abstinent.
  • Facilitate “Unity Nights,” an opportunity to provide support to one another and discover how to have fun in recovery without using substances.
  • Relationships with community partners that can provide services for our members.
  • Staff who have experience in the substance abuse field and can work in conjunction with the individual who may be attending an Addictions Treatment Program or have other professional requirements.
  • Opportunity for individuals to re-establish their rental histories.
  • Expectations are to remain abstinent.
  • Be employed or engaged in a program, either court ordered or volunteer.
  • Required to participate in goal setting activities and adhere to all personal requirements and expectations.
  • Develop a recover support network.

Our Communities

Both homes are located in welcoming neighborhoods that support our mission.

The Oriole House

Provides housing for up to 8 women with or without minor children. It is a large, spacious house on a corner lot and is located in a good neighborhood. The house is close to the bus line, schools, park, shopping, and employment opportunities.

Includes all utilities, cable TV, and internet access. A computer is available onsite. At the Oriole House, we believe in “women helping women.”

The Falcon House

Provides housing for up to 5 men with or without minor children. This nice, single level property is located in a private cul-de-sac with a large, fenced backyard. Newly remodeled, this house is minutes away from public transportation, schools, and shopping.

Includes all utilities, cable TV, and internet access with a computer onsite. At the Falcon House, we foster unity and communication.