WOMEN

We are the ladies of McPherson, we use the word Supportive to describe our home.

Building into our social model, one person is not in charge, the entire house has a say so…

  • This is a non-MAT home

About McPherson

Built in 1927 and located at the end of a quiet street with only ten other houses, our home has 12 beds and 3 bathrooms and 2 kitchens.

We are next to a serene, wooded area with walking trails and bike paths. Our backyard is well groomed with a fire pit where we gather for fellowship and BBQs.

The cozy front porch leads into the living room area on the first floor; with the main kitchen. The second floor has another kitchen, bedrooms, bathrooms and another communal area. We have a full basement with a washer and a dryer and a recovery closet full of donations from the community. There is an extra fridge for more food storage in the basement. No one ever goes without food at our home.

We work to make every woman that comes through our door to feel welcomed and loved. Here at McPherson, we are all about encouragement. We put our recovery first so that we can heal, grow and live.

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Added Features

  • Large Front Porch

  • Full Basement

  • Washer & Dryer

Nearby

  • Public Library 

  • Bike Paths

  • Bus Route

  • Grocery Shopping

House Leader: Cheyanne

Cheyanne has worked her way through our program and is setting a wonderful example for so many ladies. She shares her own struggles and experiences so freely, helping others to feel like they’re not alone. Recently becoming a House Leader, we know Cheyanne is going to have a long impact in her home, helping the ladies she is leading to heal, grow and live.

Pets: While we wish we could help all living beings, we are not able to accommodate animals; including registered support companions. We must be able to avoid allergic reactions, severe and mild, protecting our program participants.

Are you in need of Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Housing?

New Foundations Recovery Housing have three homes in Ohio and two in Kentucky that can help.