What We Do

We provide:
  • Safe housing
  • Food
  • Clothing
  • Medical assistance
  • Dental assistance
  • Professional counseling
  • And financial assistance
All services are free of cost to A Way Out clients. We budget for these expenses and partner with community services and other non-profits.

Once accepted into A Way Out each client must complete A Way Out Intensive Outreach Addictions & Life Skills Program (IOP), weekly counseling, parenting, Bible study, Celebrate Recovery classes, and any classes deemed necessary by AWO staff. After spending at least two months in the program, each client is assigned a mentor who works with her throughout her tenure in the program.

The goal is to help each woman grow physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. Also it is our intent to give them a hand up, not a hand out.