Safe House Ministries is a network of staff and volunteers that believe they have been called on by God to support men and women experiencing crisis. They serve men and women who are experiencing substance abuse issues, housing insecurity and/or barriers related to criminal conviction. Safe House Ministries provides both emergency services and sustained support for individuals in need. Their addition services include free treatment program, including a 9-12 month intensive outpatient program, houses the Tomorrow’s Hope program, hosts daily 12-step meetings and weekly Narcotics Anonymous meetings. Safe House Ministries also manages programs for individuals experiencing homelessness, including emergency interventions like meals and clothing. Additionally, their Trinity and Grace House offers transitional housing to men and women returning to the community after incarceration or participation in a treatment program. For more information about specific services offered through Safe House Ministries, contact the organization directly using the information on this page.