Our Women’s Residential Recovery Program

Come heal with us.


NRH accepts women into the program regardless of race, religion, lifestyle or status. Admissions are confidential.Admissions

Who is our program for?

  • Women with alcoholism
  • Women with drug addiction
  • Women who need a safe place
  • Women in crisis
  • Women with addiction problems
  • Women with domestic violence issues
  • Women suffering traumatic life events

Narrow Road Home Program Overview

The initial introduction to the program is an informative phone interview with one of our Admissions Coordinators, consisting of a general Program overview and Q & A, providing a comprehensive outline of our program services and client criteria for admission. At this juncture, potential clients will be provided the Fee Schedule for admission to our program.

We encourage and provide services for family members willing to attend an Orientation session with potential clients. Once a client makes a decision to join our program, her time begins with a quiet and reflective time of stabilizing and settling. During this time of acclimation, each woman learns to adhere to the daily routine and framework that will be required of her to walk out her new way of living.

Our Philosophy

We are supporters of walking out from under the veils of lie based thinking patterns and into truth telling freedom. This process facilitates a transformational perception shift from an unhealthy, self-defeating belief system into a belief system that harnesses our thoughts under God’s plan and purpose for our lives.

The Narrow Road home’s process is a powerful foundational teaching method and comprehensive guide used to carefully navigate the exploration of self and its journey towards exposing truth and unhealthy strongholds.

To summarize, the first Phase at the Narrow Road Home is a woman’s opportunity to launch herself from a “Clean Slate” so she can begin building her healthy foundation from a brand new beginning.

Program Goals

The program relies on 3 very specific guiding principles: surrender, ownership and core-level honesty.

The first priority at the Narrow Road Home is to acknowledge and admit that at a deep level we are broken.  Surrender is the beginning of a new relationship with ourselves, others and God.  As we begin to develop a trusting relationship with God, other women and themselves that is needed to begin to break down the walls that keep them bound in self-destruct modes. Second, and of utmost importance, a woman begins to take ownership and responsibility of her life choices and the subsequent decisions she has made. Additionally, we understand that a woman’s decision to reach out for help and healing from a state of crisis in her personal world has her arriving at our Home in a place of turmoil and fragility. In order to regain her focus and stability, both physically and emotionally, each woman will need grace, nurturing, and a time for the fog to lift from the negative impact of an unhealthy lifestyle and thinking patterns.

Specifically, our program implores each woman to take a hard look at the areas in her life where she needs to seek forgiveness, repent to others and seek God’s strategy and wisdom for healing wounds still seeping. They will be asked to look squarely at the damaging effects of their actions and mind-sets have on their relationships, spirituality and finances.

Request a Phone Interview

The initial introduction to the program is an informative phone interview with one of our Admissions Coordinators, consisting of a general Program overview and Q & A.

Our Residential Treatment Process

Our women’s recovery and healing program promotes customized programming to meet individual needs and life circumstances. Women who enter our home with a desire to seek recovery and long-term healing are committed to this process and make a commitment to a minimum stay of 30 days.

The Narrow Road Home for Women