I served in the US Army Reserve from 2005 – 2013 where I was trained as a logistics specialist. I was first introduced to Joseph House in 2012 as a client struggling with a substance use disorder and homelessness. Throughout my addiction, I received services from Joseph House. I always knew I could rely on […]
Joseph House gave me a place to live when I was homeless. The organization also gave me an opportunity to achieve the sobriety that I knew I needed and wanted. I have benefited from the group sessions and activities, especially Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT). In addition, the 12-step sobriety programs have offered me great insight […]
The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office recently donated $10,000 to Joseph House to help provide treatment and care to our veterans who are struggling with addiction. The gift was announced in conjunction with the unveiling of a commemorative badge in honor of the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. Hamilton County deputies will begin wearing the […]
Family members play an important role in helping loved ones overcome addiction. Joseph House recently received a $75,000 grant from Disabled American Veterans (DAV) to equip our clients’ families with the tools they need to support healthy and sober lives. “Family involvement is such a critical component in addiction recovery,” said Joseph House Executive Director […]
Recovery does not end with rehab. Giving our veterans the tools they need for the long haul is a vital part of helping them to achieve success. Just ask Harry K. His addiction was trigged by physical and mental abuse that he suffered at the hands of a family member during his childhood. “That person […]
It’s with heavy hearts that we share news of the unexpected passing of Bill Boone, our dear friend and former Joseph House client and employee. Boone first came to Joseph House in 1999. He turned to the organization for help with an alcohol addiction that was taking a major toll on his life. “The drinking […]
After 20 years of service with Joseph House, executive assistant Bill Boone is entering a well-deserved chapter – retirement. Boone first came to Joseph House in 1999 as a client. He turned to the organization for help with an alcohol addiction that was taking a major toll on his life. “The drinking caught up with […]
Thank you Taft Ale House for supporting The Joseph House for Homeless Veterans and Tender Mercies.