Welcome House is committed to providing a high quality, moral and open residence program to recovering
alcoholics and drug addicts facing the difficult transition from treatment, incarceration and homelessness to
complete integration back into society.
Welcome House is committed to providing a high quality, moral and open residence program to recovering alcoholics and drug addicts facing the difficult transition from treatment, incarceration and homelessness to complete integration back into society.
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Here at Welcome House, our residents feature many individual success stories. Here are just a couple of our favorites.
A prior Welcome House resident, William eventually found himself in prison. After successful completion of sentence, William returned to our facility where we, again, provided him a solid foundation for potential recovery through the support of his personal interest in cooking. To date, William acts as cook for our entire facility and, earlier this year, was awarded $18,000 in scholarships and grants from one of the regions preeminent culinary schools. Meal time is a real treat around here and we are thrilled with Williams success.
Craig is another resident doing great things. While maintaining residency and recovery, Craig secured a part-time job with a local message delivery service. Through professionalism, accuracy and punctuality, Craig was soon offered full-time employment where he continues to shine. In fact, most recently, he was named “Employee of the Quarter.” Obviously, Welcome House continues to be proud of Craig and his accomplishments.
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The Welcome House has “welcomed home” thousands of recovering alcoholics and drug addicts during our 40 years of service. Each day we strive to fulfill our mission of being committed to providing a high quality, moral and open residence program to recovering men facing the difficult transition from treatment, incarceration and homelessness back into society as productive citizens.
Historically we have stood out as a beacon of hope in the Kansas City Community, helping thousands of men on their paths to recovery. We help them find sobriety with dignity and compassion, and return as contributing members to our community.
Thank you for your previous support. You have helped make miracles happen. For example:
Will. After serving time in prison, Will came back to the Welcome House for a second time. The Welcome House provided him a solid foundation of recovery. He became our cook. Earlier this year, Will was awarded $18,000 in scholarships and grants from one of the regions pre-emanate culinary schools. What a success story.
Craig. While at the Welcome House, Craig secured a part-time job for a message delivery service. Two months ago Craig began full-time employment with the company and has been recognized as “Employee of the Quarter.” We are very proud of his accomplishment.
There are many other success stories and they all have two things in common. First, if not for the Welcome House, these men would not be in recovery from their disease and on a positive path to a new life. Second, were it not for your financial support of the Welcome House, these miracles would not be possible.
We ask you please consider a donation to the Welcome House. We can assure you that we will put it to good use, helping to make our next miracle happen. We have momentum. Your financial support keeps us gaining.