OKHH's mission is to create a safe and structured environment for women and their children in Mercer County impacted by mental health, opioid and substance abuse, and co-occurring disorders.
We aim to heal and restore families and equip them with the skills and resources needed, one step at a time.
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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.
• Same-gender services: This program particularly benefits women as they are more vulnerable than men. A same-gender environment allows women to address self-esteem issues common in chemical-dependent situations. It also encourages sisterhood development among the women, fostering supportive relationships.
• Length of stay: OKHH can offer residents the option of staying up to one year in the home. The ability to stay longer significantly increases the chance of rehabilitation/skill development/self-sufficiency.
• 21st Century Job Readiness & Comprehensive Service-Learning Programming: With the support of strong community partnerships, OKHH’s Seven-2-Seven (727) Training & Development program builds 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 is designed to provide residents with a comprehensive education incorporating arts-infused trauma-informed care strategies, service learning opportunities, and 21st-century workforce preparation activities. The residents fully engage in the program during their stay due to residing on-site and the duration of the program.