Little house is rich in history and tradition. Six women who were dedicated
to providing treatment for sick, alcoholic women founded little House in
1952. As the services began to grow our program blossomed into what we are
today building a strong foundation of recovery and raising women’s self
worth. We choose never to forget our past yet we strive to pursue the future
with the anticipation of fulfilling the dreams of the clients we serve.

The program at Little House consists of many phases of treatment and
residential services. We offer 28 residents the opportunity to remain in our
program for six months or longer depending on their needs. We assist our
clients breaking through their denial by offering educational groups and
group therapy as well as individual counseling by certified Drug and Alcohol
Counselors. Along with these groups we provide education in relapse
prevention, anger management, co-dependency, domestic violence, self esteem,
family addiction, occupational preparedness through the Department of Rehab
to assist in job placement upon their graduation. Just new to the program
Bereavement groups, advocates for family reunification, family educational
group, and free medical services. We also provide assistance through
referrals to help the residents in finding a safe, sober environment to live
once they have completed our program.