Restoration is a conscious, committed effort to heal the breaches that homelessness and addiction have caused.
It includes healing relationships, becoming connected to a local church and finding a mentor who can continue to guide that person within the framework of the community.
Restoration includes finding work that is sustaining and a good fit for the persons interests, talents and personality. Follow-up contact will be maintained to give each program graduate a touch-point of caring, Gospel-based friendship, and an avenue for advice and counsel. Homelessness and addiction often result in a loss of family, work, church and societal connections. It is important to restore relationships where possible and build new ones to sustain the new life that is found in Christ.