Our Aftercare Program provides support for women who have transitioned from the Women’s Care Center into permanent safe and affordable housing. These women are living independently, are financially stable, employed and/or on disability, and are working to maintain their recovery.
Ladies, and their significant others, return to the Center for advocacy, accountability, community, and friendships.
Women involved in the Aftercare Program return and receive assistance when they are living independently. We want our community to perpetuate throughout the lives of our ladies and the lives of people they care for. To this end, we host community events and regular support meetings, as well as being available to help our friends stay on the path they have chosen.
All Among Us exists to help people suffering from trauma, abuse, mental health diagnosis, addiction, and systemic suffering. As anyone familiar with these would know, these problems aren’t done with us as soon as we would like to be done with them. Recovery is a lifelong process, and with a strong community in your corner, it is also a joyful one!
Job seeking, appropriate attire, transportation assistance, and interview training.
Time-management, budgeting, mental wellness counseling, motivation, and help with grief, anxiety, and anger management.
Tenants learn how to read a bank statement, budget, manage credit, and pay bills as a foundation for financial self-sufficiency.
Case Workers coordinate with All Among Us to guide residents through the process of obtaining affordable permanent housing.
Access to a part-time on-site licensed counselor plus transportation to additional mental health services.
Basic skills training, individual therapy, and support groups are among the services for women impacted by trauma.
Free Treatment at Alcoholics Anonymous for those suffering from alcohol abuse. Al-Anon meetings are also available.
Music, drawing, poetry, painting, and writing are offered to provide a solid foundation for healing and rebuilding.
Women are empowered to take control of their health through programs that promote good nutrition, exercise, and more.
Residents are monitored to help ensure long-term success. They are encouraged to stay connected with the Women’s Care Center.
107 Carson Rd.
Ferguson, MO 63135