Esther House is a non-profit community-based facility that provides support and shelter to women in second-stage recovery from addictions. It was recognized that recovery is a challenging process and that there was a need for a place where women could go for a period of one to 12 months to continue their recovery. Esther House opened its doors on October 1, 1997 and since that date has assisted over one hundred women to remain addiction-free by providing them with a safe, stable and supportive environment.

We have six beds available for women and residents can stay for a period of up to 12 months.