One Kingdom Heart House

OUR MISSION:

 

O.K.H.H.'s mission is to provide a safe and structured environment for women and their children in Mercer County, ravaged by the effects of substance abuse, domestic violence, adjustment disorders, and intellectual disabilities.

We are prepared to heal and rebuild families through emotional, social, educational, and economic support systems by implementing ground-breaking strategies and comprehensive services for the 21st Century – one step at a time.

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(866) 961.2239

ONE KINGDOM HEART HOUSE

SUPPORTIVE HOUSING FOR WOMEN & THEIR CHILDREN

 EXPECTED OPENING 07/2024 

At One Kingdom Heart House (OKHH), women and their children will find deep healing, connection, and the best version of themselves

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Same-gender services: This is quite valuable because homeless women are far more vulnerable than homeless men. The same-gender environment allows women to deal with self-esteem issues which are very typical in abusive and chemical-dependent situations. A same-gender setting also allows a sisterhood to develop, allowing the women to bond and develop meaningful, supportive relationships together. Lastly, it minimizes the risk of sexual relations between residents.

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Length of stay: OKHH has the ability to offer clients the option of staying up to two years at the facility. The ability to stay a longer time significantly increases the chance of rehabilitation/skill development/self-sufficiency.

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21st Century Job Readiness & Comprehensive Service-Learning Programming: With the support of strong community service partnerships, OKHH’s “Seven-to-Seven (727 L.T.D.)” Leadership Training & Development program was developed to build and empower self-sufficient, confident women and children by applying the 7 “laws of learning” to produce the 7 principles FOR LIFE.

This seven-step program, when fully engaged by the residents (which generally occurs because of the program being on-site and for the duration of the stay of the clients), encompasses 21st Century arts-infused education, trauma-informed care practices, and service-learning activities with an unequivocal job embeddedness aim.