Jubilee House is a one-year, 24-hour, faith-based housing program aimed at women who are addicted to drugs and alcohol. Jubilee House is a one-year, 24-hour, faith-based housing program aimed at women who are addicted to drugs and alcohol. As of October 2016, the memorial home had completed 44 women. Our success, based on the fact that it was not processed by the criminal justice system, is estimated at around 70%.
The memorial home does not receive federal funds and works exclusively with grants and private donations. The program offers accommodation, food, transportation, advice on drugs and alcohol, training and life skills for women – all for free.
This memorial home offers hope and healing for these women and turns it into a productive and supportive life with family and community.
Twin Falls Jubilee House produces toilet paper on Monday.
Four women currently live in a residence on Grandview Drive. Take part in a one-year program. Vicki Adams founded Jubilee 10 years ago with the aim of giving women a second chance. Officials say the focus is on what life the owner has to offer and needs help from the community.
Tammy Schwitzer from the memorial house said: “We only have a new director, Linda’s name. She works miracles for this house, she collects toilet paper. The memorial house always needs toiletries, fresh products. If anyone wants.” Help us, we will be happy. “
They encourage people to come Monday to Friday during work hours.