Mission Academy for Women & Single Moms
Healing the lives of women and women with children
This unique residential program allows women to find the healing they need, even while raising their children. Mission Academy is a 12-month, comprehensive program that provides long-term treatment built on Biblical principles, leading to lasting, transformative change.
In addition to meeting basic needs such as food and shelter, Mission Academy includes specialized classes, parenting and life skills training, therapy, and skills-building geared toward helping residents avoid abusive relationships.
Mission Academy is so much more than a shelter.
It’s a catalyst for a hope-filled future.
Your life matters. We believe that you were created on purpose for a purpose. If you need a pause from life to focus on your wellness, we are here to help.
- Men and Women ages 18 and older
- Single parents up to four people per household (children ages 2-17)
- Willing to follow a structured program that provides a faith-based approach
- Personal ownership in addressing the causes of your homelessness
- Pass a drug test and accept a sober living environment
- Able to perform Activities of Daily Living (ADLs)
What to Bring
- Form of identification
Women in Mission Academy face a variety of challenges: poverty, domestic violence, toxic relationships, substance abuse, and more. Each student of Mission Academy has access to a variety of classes and resources to address the specific challenges leading to homelessness:
Each student entering into Mission Academy spends the first 4 months of the program focusing on wellness. They will visit the doctor and dentist for health evaluations, begin therapy sessions, and adjust to life at The Mission.
Education & Training
Students then move into the education and training semester of the academy, where they pursue the next level of education or certification needed to achieve their individual goals. This includes higher education and vocational training.
Employment & Housing
Students in the third semester focus on securing employment and a place to live. Each student works closely with their Advocate to find work within their field of interest, as well as a sustainable housing option.