It has been a wonderful summer for the students and staff of Titus 2. Many improvements have been accomplished inside and out at the residence. The students have enjoyed many activities as they have grown in their relationships with Christ through study, worship, and participation in Christian community. New volunteers have come alongside the Titus 2 women to guide them in their journey.
St. Andrew Methodist Church chose Titus 2 to be part of their annual Workday. Titus 2 was blessed by all they did to make the Titus 2 home a more comfortable place for the ladies in the program to live. … Read More
One of the goals of our Titus 2 women’s recovery ministry is to provide a comfortable “entry level” venue for missions. Families or newcomers to missions can find a place of service during one of several “work days” that we … Read More
Survey: Mental health stigmas are shifting By Azadeh Ansari, CNN Wed September 2, 2015 Atlanta (CNN)—Mental health has a long-standing public perception problem, but the stigma appears to be shifting, at least in the United States, a new survey reveals. Results … Read More
My earliest memories, unfortunately, are not things one would want to remember. My innocence in childhood was taken by someone I should have been able to trust. It started a cycle of mistrust……me mistrusting others and some people mistrusting me. It resulted in me being in and out of my childhood home a number of times before I finally left for good at 17. Even then three marriages and other relationships failed to provide safety, physically or emotionally.
Hi, my name is Lisa and I’m addict, words I never thought I would say. On my 27th birthday, August 13th 2011, I was a single mother of beautiful children we had our own home, I worked at a daycare center 5 days a week and loved my job. We spent our weekends doing what most family’s do. We had a flower garden and fenced in back yard. We had it all, or so I thought. But I was carrying around so much emotional baggage from my childhood and codependency that it was literally weighing me down. As put together as I seemed, I was lost and that night I made a decision to try meth. The first time grabbed me in such a way, I spiraled down so quickly. Within a month I had lost my home, and my job. My children were with a family member and I was in an abusive relationship.