St. Martin de Porres House of Hope has been providing recovery support for women who are homeless and addicted to drugs and their children for more than three decades. Their program takes a holistic approach to recovery by focusing on the mind, body and spirit.
St. Martin de Porres's programs are 100 percent charitable and designed to meet the unique biological, psychological, social, and familial needs of female substance abusers. Their intensive 12 to 18-month residential program focuses on integrated recovery for substance abuse and dual diagnosis of co-occurring mental health issues.
According to St. Martin de Porres's site, their mission is to Create "a safe, healing community where women and their children recover from substance abuse, address trauma and deal with mental illness."
St. Martin de Porres House of Hope raised more than $47,000 during the Help Holly Help grant challenge period.
Holly B. Geraci and Peter Francis Geraci support St. Martin de Porres and their continuing effort to help women and children recover from problems.