... is a family-style halfway house which opened in 1993 offering a program to help homeless women struggling with addictions get a new start on a productive life.
Most of our residents come from jail, prison or a rehabilitation program. Mothers who have lost custody of their children may bond with them through weekend visits and overnights in the house.
When she completes her program, a woman may be eligible to move into her own apartment in our Supportive Living Program.
The Paradise Supportive Living program gives a woman who completes the Paradise House program a chance to move into one of our 12 fully furnished apartments in three houses, have her children under the age of sixteen live with her under our rules, continue her program and take courses that will lead to her employment.