Masada House offers a safe and supportive environment for women in recovery.
Masada House was founded in 2009 on the belief that every woman deserves a chance to live a fulfilling life free from the burden of substance abuse. We believe that recovery is a journey, not a destination, and we are here to support our residents every step of the way.
As we look back at the road we've traveled, we feel deep gratitude for all the lives touched and all the dreams we've helped come true. We celebrate the amazing women who call Masada House their recovery home.
The mission of Masada House is to support women in recovery from substance abuse. The road to recovery can be challenging, and we aim to provide women with a safe and secure home on this journey.
Masada House is a home where ladies can live and practice the skills they have learned in treatment, leading to lasting success as they are empowered to live and thrive in their community.
At Masada House, women can maintain a sober and stable lifestyle while safely transitioning from intensive therapies to the daily realities of independent living.
The program is designed to help women take control of their lives and become more accountable to themselves and those around them. The structured and focused program has practical tools and strategies to empower women to take responsibility for their decisions, actions, and outcomes.
"I would tell anyone looking for help and wanting a better future that the Masada House is a great place to start."
~ KP ~
Some things I once thought impossible, but with the assistance from the Masada House and help from ASD (Alternative Sentencing Divsion), I was able to have a safe place, with a bed and shower, to get back on my feet. I successfully completed the drug court program and all requirements from the law for my misdeeds in 2022. Slowly and yet surely, I changed into a person with more self-este