ABOUT GOOD NEWS HOME
The mission of the Good News Home is to provide a comprehensive long and short-term residential substance abuse treatment program that offers a professional, faith-based, non-denominational approach, focusing on healing the total woman utilizing Christian 12-steps, addiction counseling, life skills and spiritual counseling to overcome chemical addiction, with integrated treatment as appropriate for clients who have been diagnosed with co-occurring mental disorders.
The purpose of our program is to rehabilitate women who have life-destroying problems associated with substance abuse. The Good News Home provides support to women to become mentally sound, emotionally balanced, socially adjusted, physically well and spiritually alive.
Underlying our mission/purpose is the basic philosophy that faith in God can do for us that which we cannot do for ourselves.
"For the first time in a long time I feel I'm surrounded by people who love and care about me..."
- former resident
We have two main buildings on our campus, "the barn" and "the house".
The barn has our classrooms, administrative, medical and counseling offices.
The house is the residence for the women. It has 12 beds, a living room, dining room, and kitchen. The house is staffed 24 hours a day by our team.
OUR GOVERNING BOARD
Nicole learned to let go of her guilt, her shame, her fear and her embarrassment. “I know my worth today. And that’s because of the Good News Home...my addiction was a blessing in disguise.”
Good News Home opened it's doors in 1987, founded by the late G. Tracy Ginsburg, the Home offers a holistic approach of healing to the mind, body and spirit. The on-going process of recovery and growth is achieved at Good News Home through a comprehensive non-denominational, but spiritually focused program. Our services are offered to women, 18-years of age and older, without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, or the ability to pay.
Our long-term Executive Director (1997 - 2019), Ernestine Winfrey continued the legacy that Tracy started. You can find out more about Ernestine here.