STABILITY BUILDS LIVES
Addiction & poverty claim so many.
But the men and women at Stability First experience love, grace, and acceptance - some of them for the first time in their lives. The impact is miraculous.
Stability First puts solid ground under the feet of men & women drowning in poverty and addiction by providing them with food and shelter, teaching them essential life skills and pointing them to Jesus Christ - the only Rock upon which they can build a resilient, productive, eternally joyful life.
WHAT IS AN IMPACT PARTNER?
When you become an Impact Partner, you sustain and encourage residents through prayer and monthly financial support. That support empowers Stability First to individually and holistically meet resident's needs in a loving, safe environment where they can learn, grow, and dream.
Your monthly donation helps provide
Personal Care Products
Transportation to worship and work
MEN & WOMEN
Magdalene House is a 16-bed certified recovery residence providing a holistic approach to homelessness, substance use disorder, trauma, and mental health issues. Magdalene House provides more than shelter. Each resident works through an individualized stability plan that includes: spiritual guidance, mental health services, substance use disorder programming, life skills, financial literacy, transportation resources, and other support services – all designed to ensure each woman is able to build stability in her life.
When opened, Foundations House will be Morgan County’s first and only men’s residential recovery facility. The men entering Foundations House will have achieved sobriety at some other location, like a homeless shelter, emergency detox clinic, jail, etc. Foundations House’s services and programming are designed to facilitate permanent God-caused change in residents’ thinking and behavior, empowering them to become stable, productive members of the community.
"I just felt like the ladies that worked at Magdalene House loved me unconditionally - no matter what I'd done in the past. Their love made me want to become the person God really wanted me to be."
Tammy, former Magdalene House resident