Long-term recovery housing: Women that complete a six-month transitional program are eligible to apply for residency at the Martha’s Place long-term single room occupancy program. Each of these five facilities offer individual bedrooms and shared living rooms, dining rooms, bathrooms, laundry facilities, and outdoor gardens. The program offers supportive services such as addictions counseling, money management, wellness classes, and community meals are offered as part of the program.
Martha’s Angels alumni association: The graduates of Martha’s Place represent critical voices of advocacy for the feasibility of rehabilitation from drug addiction. The Martha’s Place alumni organization, called Martha’s Angels, exemplifies this by focusing on outreach to other women struggling with addiction, acting as sponsors to women in the recovery process, and establishing fundraising activities for recovery programs. These alumni are role models to women still struggling with addiction and resources to Martha’s Place. Additionally, a representative from the Martha’s Angels Alumni Association serves as a member on the Newborn Holistic Ministries Board of Directors.