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• Designing programs based on where each woman is in their healing process.

• Helping residents live honest, sober, and self-sufficient lives.

• Providing educational and paid vocational opportunities. 

• Fostering self-understanding through personal and spiritual growth.

• Offering the time and support needed to recover from trauma and abuse

  and to fully understand the role it plays in trafficking and addiction.

• Offering opportunities to work towards economic self-sufficiency at a social enterprise.


Trauma-Informed Care

A woman's experience of trauma impacts every area of functioning, including physical, mental, behavioral, and social. Whether addressing addiction, human trafficking, or other issues, trauma-based solutions must be at the heart of all of our practices. 

Woman & Doctor
Survivor-Led Solutions

Survivor-led practices ensure women can heal and recover at their own pace with the best possible care. Solutions created and implemented by other survivors are vital to ensuring that the programs we offer will truly meet the needs of our residents. 

Time and Space
to Heal
Meditation by the Sea

Our pilot home will offer 6-12 months of rent-free living with daily programs to promote healing and restoration. Healing Tides Cottage will be a home of grace and unconditional love. 

We strive to create the right conditions and environment so that women can focus on what is most important: Healing, and staying clean and sober to transition back into society with a purpose. 
Admission Criteria
  • Women only 18 and older 

  • Willing to attend 12 Step Meetings/Obtain a sponsor 

  • Participate in weekly house meeting and ladies meeting

  • Submit to random drug and alcohol screens

  • Adhere to house rules and guidelines 

  • Limited use of antidepressants/mood stabilizers

  • NOT accepting narcotic medications, opioids, benzodiazepines, methadone, gabapentin, kratom or any other herbal supplements. We will accept Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT), only through Gateway programs


  • Up to 2 years of rent abatement 

  • Room, board, utilities

  • Computer/internet access 

  • Drug/alcohol screens 

  • Linens and bedding 

  • Laundry on site 

  • Toiletries, personal products, clothing, if needed 

  • Bus passes 

  • Whole body spiritual/mental plan of action, to include resources for yoga/meditation

  • Community Service opportunities

Mind, Body and Soul Support Programs

  • Medical Screenings 

  • Dental Screenings 

  • Mental Screenings 

  • Weekly Support Groups 

  • Individuating Counseling

  • Weekly AA Step Studies led by AA mentors​

  • Daily AA Off site Meetings

  • Relapse Prevention Training

  • Daily Meditation & Journaling

  • Weekly Survivor Support Groups 

  • Art Therapy and Classes

  • Aromatherapy Classes

  • Yoga for Change

  • Group Exercise Classes

  • Book Club

  • Volunteer Opportunities

  • Seeking Safety Class

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