Give a hand up
TO FRIENDS AND EMPLOYERS
One of the primary barriers a woman faces once she's exited a recovery program are the economic means of which she has to take care of herself and the obligations from her "old life". Residents of The Edna House who have successfully made it through our program are reformed. They are responsible, respectful, joyful people that are ready to start a new life and spread the joy and lessons they have learned. As part of our program, residents spend a minimum of 3 months working while gaining job skills through our in-house programming- some also earn degrees.
In fact, our alumnae have gone on to take many roles in the community such as:
Physical Education Teacher
We're confident that both women in our program and graduates alike, display a sense of loyalty, dedication, and aptitude for careers of all kinds. All they need is a hand up.