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Katy Recovery Homes

Renew, Restore, Rebuild

Your Haven for Recovery

"To Inspire Hope and Empower People through Quality Housing and with positive community and Peer Support."

WHO

We Are

Shalom House Foundation is a Not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization that offers fully furnished shared housing for those in recovery in the Katy - Houston area. All our homes are MAT level 2 homes.​​

The foundation provides clean and upscale housing in nice neighborhoods - that offers residents the sense of security, social support, and psychological safety that they need to create a better version of themselves  - in partnership with other amazing organizations and agencies in the Katy-Houston area. We house veterans, disadvantaged women and people in recovery, and our residents are allowed to take prescribed medication.

Happy candid young women embracing each other in support group meeting or therapy session.

"To Build a Better Society of Hope-filled People and End Homelessness - One Community at a time."

Friends hugging after recovered
Quality Housing in Nice Neighborhoods 

The cornerstone of your path to successful recovery begins with your determination to conquer addiction. No one can force recovery upon you. Our recovery home welcomes those committed to changing lives, positively impacting themselves and the people around them.

SHELTER

Physiological Needs 

JOBS

Safety and Security

LOVE

Community Support 

SELF ESTEEM

Confidence and Achievement

POSSIBLE

Self Actualization

WE PROVIDE:
HOUSING MODELS AND mENTORS

We work with several experienced mentors - some local and some national. One of our mentors, Frank and Sherri Candelario, Ph.D, witnessed poor quality recovery homes in Seattle when helping their daughter in recovery. Frank's background is in real estate and marketing.  Sherri's background is in medicine.  Together, they created Kate’s House Foundation in Seattle, WA 9 years ago to provide housing for justice involved people who needed a safe and clean housing in nice neighborhoods. 

 

Their residents are mostly justice involved - re-entry or drug court population, disadvantaged women and people with substance use.  They have changed state laws as well as the sober living home standards in Washington state and became well known among the drug court system throughout the country.

WHO DO WE SERVE
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