The Light House Women’s Recovery Center
Turned My Hurt Into Hope
And Healing! Shorter and More Effective Residential and Outpatient Addiction Recovery
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The Light House Introduces Women to…
A More Fulfilling and Productive Way of Living, Free from Drug & Alcohol Addiction
Women can achieve sobriety, embrace independence, re-connect with family, and joyfully live free from drugs and alcohol while meeting life’s demands and the journey begins at a safe place to call home, The Light House is the #1 Fresno women’s addiction recovery center!
We understand that women recovering from drug and alcohol addiction need support, accountability, and structure. That’s why The Light House provides:
Inspirational, faith-building Bible studies and mentors
Important life-skills training (anger management, parenting, career building, office skills, health & wellness, family relationship and group therapy)
Essential employment skills, and job opportunities
Everything she needs to experience long-term recovery and live her new life with hope, purpose and meaning.
Outpatient & Residential
The Light House Women’s Recovery Center offers both Residential and Non-Residential drug and alcohol addiction treatment programs to women suffering from life-controlling substance abuse.
A woman lives on-site for at least six months, receives individual therapy sessions with an experienced, licensed therapist on-site, plus 2-3 group therapy sessions per week, and educational classes. Phase 2 is re-entry where women enter the workforce and obtain paid employment.
Our outpatient program requires 120-day enrollment, with a 4-month minimum of therapy sessions and educational classes on-site. Women go through Phase 1: Education & Therapy, Phase 2: Re-entry, and Phase 3: Aftercare, all while living in their own place of residence.
SHORTER THERAPY AFTERCARE PROGRAM
Residential and Non-Residential women each receive Aftercare while completing Phases 1 & 2. Although both programs offer recovering women a shorter program than many other addiction recovery centers, over 83% of women experience successful long-term recovery through intensive therapy, education, and work sessions.
80% Treatment Success at The Light House
Although both residential and non-residential programs offer recovering students a shorter program than many other
addiction recovery centers, the majority of women experience successful long-term recovery
through our intensive therapy, education, and work sessions.
Residential and Non-Residential Applicants Must be
Willing to Receive
Committed to Achieving
Able to Live
Ready for Education
The Light House
Provides Hands-On Work Experience
Whether a woman (resident or non-resident) trains at our busy downtown Cornerstone Coffee Company, or at our Light House Thrift Shop, she will learn all aspects of the business.
We also provide training for women in cooperation with the Fresno County government work referral program. All participants can learn the important skills needed for employment after the successful completion of our recovery program, allowing them to become self-sufficient and independent women.
Our Philosophy of Ministry
“The Light House is a guiding light for addicted women who want lasting life transformation. They learn through a quality family life, education, and employment, all balanced around the core focus of sobriety and faith in God.
We are committed to helping women learn new skills, reach higher goals, and grow in their personal relationship with one another and with God.”
Vikki Luna, Founder & CEO The Light House Women’s Recovery Center, Fresno, CA
What Others Say…
“As a pastor, I am always looking for extraordinary ministries that are not only worthy of support, but who will provide the most bang for the buck. The Light House is such a ministry. Those who go through The Light House Women’s Recovery Center addiction treatment program move from addiction to sobriety, from welfare to work, from isolation to community, from dependence to independence, and most of all from darkness to spiritual light.”