Our Father’s House

The early stages of sober living can be challenging. With this in mind, we work hard to provide a safe, sober and comfortable structured residential environment for men and women who commit themselves to a better way of life. Every member of our staff participates in a sober lifestyle and helps to ensure that the houses remain drug and alcohol free.

Our program fee’s are very low & weekly rates for people without insurance.


Ladies of Promise (women only)

Ladies Of Promise provides a safe and sober environment for women who seek help for alcohol and drug additions. This facility uses the Recovery Dynamic Model to provide education to their clients. Counselors work with each client on aftercare, life skills and parenting. Onsite managers monitor the day to day activities in order to create a positive environment for making life long decisions.

Residential and Sober living w/outside IOP

Center for Women and Children

In October 2015, the Agape House merged with Wheeler Mission Ministries and was renamed the Center for Women & Children – Bloomington (CWC-B). This location provides for the physical, emotional, education, vocational, and spiritual needs of homeless women and women with children. It also provides long-term, case-managed, residential programs to help women live self-sufficient and healthy lives.

Center for Women & Children

Our Emergency Shelter Services for women and women with children is a 30-day program designed to assist women with basic temporal needs, like meals and shelter, while assessing the factors that led them to homelessness. Whether addiction, mental health, medical, occupational, or educational issues, ladies are encouraged to enter our other long-term programs that can help them with recovery, securing safe housing and employment or mental health care.

Wheeler Mission Ministries (Men)

The Mission provides temporary emergency shelter to homeless and/or disadvantaged men. Breakfast, lunch, dinner, showers, clothing, chapel services, case management (with referrals to onsite and offsite social service agencies) are provided. Medical, dental, podiatric and vision services are also available.



Spirit House (Women)

Spirit House is a transitional house for women interested in establishing themselves independently in early recovery from all forms of addiction.  Located in Louisville, Ky. Women are required to stay employed, work with a sponsor and attend 5 AA/NA meetings weekly.  Curfew of 11 pm on weeknights and 1 am on weekends.  Fee is $85 week.

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St. Elizabeth’s Catholic Charities (Pregnant Women and Children)

The Family Stability Program serves as a residence for homeless, pregnant or parenting women age 18 and older. Women can live for up to 120 days in one of the mini apartments while working toward educational and vocational goals, getting connected to community resources, receiving mental health counseling and learning life skills to become independent and self-sufficient All residents receive onsite group, family and individual mental health counseling, coordination of community resources, referrals for career services and job placement, parenting classes, assistance with finding permanent housing and 24 hour support from caring house parents and staff. Residents in this program pay graduated rent.


  • For pregnant or parenting women over the age of 18
  • Children must be 5 years of age or younger upon move in
  • Residents must be working, going to school or a combination of the two


Tara Treatment Center

Specialized residential services are offered for men and women at separate locations, addressing gender specific issues.

Detox, residential, transitional residential, outpatient, education, aftercare for adults and families.
Accepts private insurance.


Serenity House Inc (Men only)

A Life-Changing Residential Facility for Recovering Male Alcoholics in Jeffersonville, Indiana.

Serenity House is a 48 bed transitional residence based on the principles and philosophy of Alcoholics Anonymous. Serenity House is self-supporting. The Facility is regularly inspected and meets all safety, fire zoning, township and state codes. Serenity House saves the surrounding taxpayer communities more than $2 million annually. Day to day operating costs are raised by the board of directors and special events committee.