We are a faith-based, non-profit organization driven to save lives from overdose. We meet individuals in their place of need and lead them to a path to self-sufficiency and sustainability. Our qualified staff and affiliates are advocates of recovery and aim to see every client overcome their barriers.
We have a recovery residential self-help organization for ex-convicts, homeless individuals and others who are seeking a new beginning. Founder Jason Calloway together with his wife Director Jennifer, and other volunteers have put together programs including facilities that can help improve the lives of men and women. We are available to help anyone with this desire. Our program is designed to help Individuals from 18 and up. This includes individuals of all races and ethnicities. Be encouraged if you have been a hard-core drug and/or alcohol abuser, someone with a prison history and unskilled laborer, functionally illiterate, and has had a personal history of violence and generations of poverty. Please know if we can not help you, one of our partners can.
We aim to see that clients overcome all of the vices that life has dealt them and redirect their focus. The client has a 3-6 month stay in a very nice drug free home setting. During their time at the IIT Guest House, residents will work towards their short, intermediate and long term goals. Clients have received their high school equivalency (GED) and are trained in multiple marketable skills. Beyond academic and vocational training, residents will learn important values and social-interpersonal skills that will allow them to live successfully in the mainstream of society.
We are a non-profit organization driven to save lives from overdose. We meet individuals in their place of need and lead them to a path to self-sufficiency and sustainability.
Our mission is to save lives from overdose...by extending a hand of HOPE.
Our vision is to see a substantial reduction in homelessness, recidivism, drug abuse, and death by overdose.