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Bridge House Group Home

The Bridge Women's Group Home

Why does this home exist?

·      This group home exists for the purpose of helping those in recovery from addiction to develop a relationship with Jesus Christ.  

·      To build a spiritual community that will provide the opportunity, support, and education - both spiritual and vocational - to facilitate skills to succeed in life.

·      To help a person discover God’s plan for his life.

In the Bible, Jeremiah wrote these words, 

For I know the plans I have for you,” says the Lord. “They are plans for good and not for disaster, to give you a future and a hope.  Jeremiah 29:11 (New Living Translation) 

Who can live in this house?

·      Women who have completed the approved application, background check, and interview process. Applications are available at St. Charles First Assembly of God.  For an online application, click here.  For a printable copy, click here.

·      Women who are not on parole, probation, or a registered sexual offender.*

·      Women who desire to stay clean from drugs and alcohol and want to live their life God’s way.

*This is also a St. Charles County regulation.

What do we ask of each woman?

       Understand and follow the house guidelines.

       Attend either a Sunday morning worship service, or a Wednesday night Adult Bible Study at St. Charles First Assembly’s St. Peters Campus each week.

       Attend Celebrate Recovery, a twelve-step Bible-based program, each week (

       Attend one additional twelve-step recovery meeting each week.

       Gain employment as soon as possible.

       Pay rent each week.

       Maintain proper upkeep of the house and property.

       Respect the rights and property of others.

       Stay drug- and chemical-free.

       Maintain accountability to the leadership of this house.

       Attend counseling with Agape Counseling as scheduled.

What will St. Charles First Assembly do for the women?

·      Provide a safe, low cost, home as they work on their recovery.

·      Provide a mentor to help them through Bible study and building healthy relationships with others.

·      Provide relevant Bible teaching to help them grow.

·      Assist them as needed while teaching them to stand on their own two feet.

·      Pray for and encourage those living in the house.

Bridge Ministries strive to:

"Bridge the gap from addiction to sobriety through Christ!"