odm provides housing for men at the lighthouse and the cornerstone home.
LightHouse is a boarding home that provides a safe, caring, and sober environment for men struggling with addictions and other issues. Our primary focus is to provide a community that fosters spiritual, emotional, educational, and vocational growth.
LightHouse offers activities such as community meals, Bible studies, church services, prayer meetings, and support. Residents pay rent and agree to maintain a safe, drug free, and sober living environment when they sign the lease.
LightHouse might be a good fit for you if…
You are seeking a sober living environment
You are willing to find employment and pay rent
You are willing to be an active member of our community
To enquire about openings or more information, please email Matt Cannon.
100% of residents obtained employment within 45 days of entering lighthouse in 2018.
Cornerstone is a long-term home for disabled men. Residents are taught to live life as a team, learning to help one another in day-to-day life. This allows them to contribute to the needs of others and subsequently, it affirms their dignity and lets them discover their importance.
Residents are never required to move out of the home, thus ending the cycle of transition from program to program that many disabled people face. Cornerstone Home is closely tied to Open Door Fellowship and provides a way for the church to care for its disabled members.
Cornerstone might be a good fit for you if…
You are a disabled person seeking to grow in understanding about how to let God use your limitations for His glory and honor
You are able to maintain employment or volunteer regularly
You are able to pay rent
You want to engage in Christian community and the local church