Still Waters Housing
Still waters housing is a group of three homes providing safe transitional housing for women leaving homelessness, addictions, and the sex industry.
Interviews for current openings on 4/24/19:
Chayah House - yes
ESther House - NO
TREASURE HOUSE - NO
If we are holding Interviews, they will be held at 12:30 PM on Wednesdays at 1530 Marion St, Denver, CO 80218.
Still Waters Housing might be a good fit for you if...
You're seeking intervention in your life
You're working to find stable housing
You're pursuing sobriety
You're open to pursuing a faith journey
You're receptive to support and accountability
You're open to community living, chores, and rules
You're willing to pursue employment or further education
For more information, please call 303-830-2201.
Esther House is a two-year faith-based transitional housing program serving women who are coming out of crisis situations. Our primary purpose is to provide the tools for healing and community, while women experience the transforming power of God's grace and love. Our program allows women to step out of the cycle of crisis and homelessness by offering a sober living environment where women can become responsible, contributing members of society.
Still waters served 23 women and 7 children in 2018.
Still Waters Housing involves sober living, chores, curfews, counseling, mentoring, employment training, and community responsibilities. Rules and structure are in place to help maintain a safe and peaceful environment, to hold women accountable to personal goals, and to address areas in life that make women vulnerable to unsafe situations.
Chayah House is a two-year faith-based transitional housing program serving women who are coming out of crisis situations or homelessness and looking for stability. Our primary purpose is to provide safety, structure, and opportunity for women to address issues and addictions in a supportive environment. We hope that each woman will find her purpose and identity in Christ and use that as a foundation for transformation.
In Hebrew, “chayah” is a verb that means, “to live” or “to be restored to life." We strive to be a home of peace, encouragement, and sobriety, filled with the love of Christ that leads to physical, emotional, financial, social, and spiritual healing and transformation.
Treasure House is a two-year faith-based transitional housing program for moms and their children, three years and younger. We focus on our residents pursuing healthy parenting skills, sobriety, exploring their faith journey, and pursuing education and employment goals.