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  Most of our residents have struggled with drug addiction, abusive relationships, and incarceration. Almost all have had their children removed, lost relationship with their family, or have no family at all. 

While at Marantha the ladies will not only acquire tools to stay sober, but learn life skills that will help them navigate a life addiction free.


Most importantly, each resident in the program will attend church , Bible studies, and gain spiritual tools. We pray that each lady will strengthen and grow in their relationship with Jesus- which we believe is the solid foundation in which a life of freedom and sobriety can stand on successfully.

 After completing blackout and the 4 phases of the program , a Maranatha graduate will have attended, completed, and submitted:
  • 200+ Hours of life skills training

  • 200+ Hours of recovery classes

  •   22+ Hours of counseling

  • 2500+ Pages of phase work

  •    52+ Weekly Phase appointments

  •    15+ Drug tests

  • 600+ hours of community service

  • 300+ hours of bible study

  • 100+ church services


At intake the resident is taught the rules while in the program, given her first packet of phase work and a run down of what’s required each phase. She is taken to health appointments, Social Security office, DMV, DHS and meets her counselor. She will also attend classes, recovery meetings and be introduced to their new church home for the duration of the program, The Bridge Community Church.

Monthly progress reports are sent to all concerned judges, probation officers and DCS caseworkers.

Phases 1 - 4

Each 12 week phase will require weekly phase work, phase appointments, classes, and volunteer hours. As a resident progresses through each phase she earns more privileges, freedoms, and responsibilities- with the goal of slowly integrating them for a sober, successful life outside Maranatha. 


Listed below are the privileges and responsibilities the resident will gain in each of the phases, so as long as their weekly requirements are being met and no disciplinary actions are in place.

Phase 1 

-20 minute phone call each week

-Send/receive mail (subject to inspection)

-On property visitation with family on Fridays

-Begin seeking employment in the last 2 weeks of Phase

Phase 2

-Begin working

-Financial Budget Set after first full paycheck

-2 overnight visits a month with children on property

-4 hour pass with approved persons

Phase 3

-Move into on-property apartments

-Allowed to have a cell phone, under remote monitoring (social media prohibited)

-Transport themselves to and from work, church services, and classes. (location lightly monitored remotely)

-8 hour pass with approved persons

-2 on property weekends a month with children

Phase 4

-8 hour pass with approved persons

-Unlimited on property overnights with children

-Constructs a written out "exit plan", laying out what their game plan is for after they graduate.

Post Graduation Program
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