Joppa House is a transitional home for women and their children who are in need of a safe, supportive and nurturing environment while continuing their personal recovery from substance use disorders.
The transitional housing model is intended to introduce sober living skills, peer-to-peer fellowship and support to help women gain strength and coping skills before transitioning back into the community or to their families.
This voluntary program is intended to empower, mentor and train women in the life skills they need to permanently resolve the use of illegal drugs, poverty and homelessness, therefore creating and sustaining a fully enriched life free from addictions, providing a healthy environment in which to raise their children.
Joppa House Ministries is a non-profit 501c3 organization. We are funded and supported by private donors and resident contributions. Two-thirds of the annual budget is generated through private donations. All donations are tax-deductible.
What we do
Hear from Pastor Ginger about how far Joppa House has come since opening their doors in 2014, their accomplishments, and the impact we are having on the community: