Our long-term goal is to create a 20-30 acre campus setting in the Texas HIll Country where we could consolidate our entire operation into one location. This would include:
- Offices for staff and volunteers
- Magdalene Houses for the triage work of bringing new survivors into our program, each home will house up to four women and a house manager
- The Journey dorms, designed with single or double occupancy rooms, private bathrooms, and personal study areas. Each dorm would have a dorm manager to provide the supervision these women need as they go through the four phases of The Journey program.
- Transition tiny houses, designed with two separate bedrooms and a central kitchen and bathroom. The occupants pay a minimal rent, hold a job, cook their own meals, clean their homes and participate in regular classroom training and continued counseling. This provides housing for those who do not have a safe living environment to go home to. Transitional living will give them the freedom to live on their own in a safe environment, with support and minimal living expenses.
- A central building with a fellowship hall for meetings, presentations, relaxation and other activities, a cafeteria for the residents and staff, classrooms for the various classes and workshops.
- A separate computer lab for in-depth training and personal study.
- A barn, horses and a riding arena for equine therapy.
- A large open area (with a pool or a pond) for relaxation, study, exercise and organized activities.
If you would like to partner with us in this vision, please contact us directly at the following.