has four emergency-housing dorm rooms and four longer-term bedrooms to accommodate women and women with children. For those in Ventura County, California, click here to learn how to become a Gabriel’s House resident.
Emergency Housing residents are given the same extensive case management as longer-term transitional residents receive. Upon entry, new residents meet with a highly qualified case manager to develop a case plan covering seven separate areas of life. Once that plan and action steps are in place, residents meet with their case manager weekly to follow their progress and provide resources to accomplish their goals.
Onsite groups and classes are offered several times a week in areas like domestic violence, addiction recovery, self-esteem, parenting, time management, etc. Optional Bible Studies are also available if residents wish to attend.
Personal mentors are also optional if residents request them. A personal mentor is a woman who becomes a friend and confidant. She offers encouragement and practical help in her journey.
Our services improve the quality of life for people with limited options and promote emotional, physical, and spiritual healing. Through our services, we encourage human growth and development while providing ongoing care for those in need.
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