Our mission

Our mission is to provide a safe, sober, and supportive home environment to assist women and those who identify as women in their efforts to recover from alcoholism and addiction and become active members of society. 

Vision Statement

Felicity House uses peer group support, one-on-one guidance and a 12-step philosophy to help residents gain a firm foundation in recovery. Curfews, required 12-step meetings, chores and goal-setting are tools that help the women cope with the chaos their chemically dependent lifestyles have wrought. Without these tools and this safe haven, the difficulty of job re entry, personal, financial and legal problems, and the hardship of mental, physical and emotional abuse, both self-inflicted and otherwise, might overwhelm them, leading them back to alcohol and drugs. 

 

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Diversity and Inclusion

Our non-profit sober living is inclusive to  women and those who identify as women, age 18 and up, usually in early recovery from alcoholism and/or substance abuse, often checking out of detox or residential treatment, often low income and/or on other forms of public assistance.

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Health and Wellness

Felicity House offers a safe haven. A long-term, structured environment away from the stresses and triggers that make staying sober so difficult in early recovery.  Felicity House uses peer group support, one-on-one guidance and a 12-step philosophy to help residents gain a firm foundation in recovery. 

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Women's Initiatives

Felicity House provides camaraderie, sober living tools, and structured support. We take a deeper dive into women and those who identify as women through economic empowerment and engagement in goal-setting to help cope with the chaos that chemically dependent lifestyles have wrought.

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Felicity House

Felicity House uses peer group support, one-on-one guidance and a 12-step philosophy to help residents gain a firm foundation in recovery. Curfews, required 12-step meetings, chores and goal-setting are tools that help the women cope with the chaos their chemically dependent lifestyles have wrought. Without these tools and this safe haven, the difficulty of job re entry, personal, financial and legal problems, and the hardship of mental, physical and emotional abuse, both self-inflicted and otherwise, might overwhelm them, leading them back to alcohol and drugs. 

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Community Reviews

"Healing, health, and happiness awaits you. Begin life at Felicity House."

"A Sanctuary for Women suffering from Alcoholism and Addiction, a Safe Haven for those wanting to find a new life in Sobriety"

"Felicity House is a place where miracles happen. It's a place where caring and support is first and foremost. I am grateful to be a part of this most wonderful place."

"I walked into Felicity House nearly 20 years ago. Life didn't get easier but it got simpler. The foundation for sobriety l got there saved and continues to save my life. Angels ( and a few minions) dwell in the fiber of that house. THANK YOU"