WE BELIEVE in Second Chances
That is what Primrose Hill is all about. Our goal is to help women, mothers and their children whose lives have been affected by the life-controlling issue of drugs and alcohol. At Primrose Hill, we believe in the power of change. We know that, if given the chance, every woman can go on to lead a productive and rewarding life.
Primrose Hill is a non-profit, faith-based organization affiliated with Teen Challenge USA. Our cost is approximately $2,000 per month for women, and $100 per month for each child. Since mothers and children usually come to us unable to pay for the cost of their care, we depend on donations from individuals, churches, businesses, and organizations. Gifts made to Primrose Hill are tax-deductible. Click here to donate.
WHAT WE DO
Primrose Hill is a 12-month, residential recovery center for women and women with young children who have drug and alcohol addictions. Primrose Hill Teen Challenge is one of only a few centers where children can stay with their mother during recovery.
WHY PRIMROSE HILL?
The Primrose is a Missouri native wildflower and the first rose of summer which is much like the residents of Primrose Hill. These women will undoubtedly be coming out of a hard (winter) season of life of drugs and alcohol abuse and into a new season full of hope and newness of life.
A PLACE CALLED HOME
Primrose Hill is a beautiful 5700 sq. ft home nestled on 43 acres in north central Missouri. This is the perfect place for women to be valued, loved and discover the plan God has for their lives.
When a mother is an addict, the child feels that their childhood has been taken away from them. Often the child will feel painfully responsible for the situation. Our goal is to give the family the life they deserve.
- Life skills
– Social skills
– Parenting skills
– Work skills
– GED classes
- In home care
– Loving environment
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