“This has been an amazing journey for me to be a part of. The greatest joy is watching the women who come to live at The Cedar House blossom as they regain control over their lives that addiction had destroyed.” – Cindy
“As a substance abuse counselor, I am thrilled to have a place to send the women who leave our facility. I know when they go to the Cedar House that, without a doubt, they are going to be well taken care of. I have not seen a place that takes care of the body, mind and spirit as the Cedar House does. They offer good fellowship with each other and encourage the women in the vicinity to join with them. As a board member I am proud of what has been created and the vision of what is to come.” – Lisa P.
“The Cedar House has shown me the powerful necessity of communion. The residents enter into the house receiving Grace and slowly begin to give it away and see it as the divine economy that is life changing.” – Tim
“Living in the Cedar House has provided me the structure I so desperately needed for my recovery along with the sisterhood, friendships, fellowship and how to live my life one day at a time. I have Now learned many new tools to take away and live a sober happy life. My spirituality and personal relationship with God is SO much more than I ever imagined possible. I am eternally grateful that God led me to the Cedar House. I now have hope for the first time for a new life and founding out who I truly am. ” – Brina
“When I first came to The Cedar House I had no idea what a true friend really was ever in my life. Sure I had friends in high school but they were never there when things got rough. I’m the first girl ever who has been able to leave and come back into the house and with that being said these girls have shown me what a real friend is. They saved my life AGAIN. This program is about progress and learning to care for others, taking the ism (I, self, and me) out of alcoholism. There is so much more to learn and every day is a new beginning. I just hope and pray these friendships will always stay.” – Kelsie