We at Faith Based Transitional Homes take pride in our comfortable, clean, home-style living facilities and always respect our resident’s rights, belongings and privacy. We make our residents a priority by giving them the tools they need to heal and succeed. We value our resident’s quality of life and strive to provide a healthy faith-based plan toward independent living.

Core Values

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​We value Integrity. Integrity is following your moral or ethical convictions and doing the right thing in all circumstances, even if no one is watching you. We choose to see the good in all people. At Faith Based Transitional Homes we enjoy building relationships and seeing our residents shine. We do expect our staff members, volunteers and our residence to display integrity while part of our team and to have respect for other people’s possessions and property. We strive to be examples and mentors to help teach others do the next right thing. We value biblical principles, believe in strong morals and in doing what we say we are going to do.

We teach our residents Ownership. Ownership to our team means taking responsibility for yourself and your actions. Faith Based Transitional Homes will provide the resources needed to improve your lifestyle and provide a hand up toward your future. While you’re in our transitional home, you will learn life skills and build the tools that you’ll need to take ownership of your future. We encourage you to take ownership of your life decisions and set goals for your independent living. We are here to help support you in accomplishing your goals. We hope to provide the opportunities you need to take ownership in your education, health, finances, and career. At Faith Based Homes we wish to instill responsibility and ownership values in our residents.  

To us at Faith Based Transitional Homes Accountability means to be responsible and dependable. We value individuals that show accountability. Paying rent on time, preparing for a better future, attending self-help groups, house meetings, getting up and going to work, being financially responsible and true to your word are essential to your independent living.

Trustworthy is a person worthy of trust. A person who does what they say they’re going to do, someone who is honest and reliable.

Loyalty is to freely give support and build a strong allegiance with one another. Loyalty means to be devoted to your needs and to be willing to work for the best interest of the of our residents.

Teamwork is the collaborative effort of a group to achieve a common goal or to complete a task in the most effective and efficient way. Employees, volunteers, and residents should be willing to work together towards a common goal. Teamwork is crucial for a smooth-running group home.