Midland Fair Havens Residential Program

How we help: 

  • Safe, secure, rent-free housing for up to 24 months
  • Individual case management for consistent support and accountability to personal goals
  • Life skills training in the areas of finance, parenting, relationships, Bible study, and more
  • Individual counseling to promote recovery and healing 
  • Referrals to community resources for education, vocation development, and family health
  • Children's services including tutoring, individual counseling, and junior life skills training 

Frequently Asked Questions

Requirements to apply:

  • A desire to become independent and self-sufficient
  • A determination and commitment to engage fully in the program
  • Any single woman with legal custody of children
  • May have up to four children, ages 10 and under (older children may be considered in rare cases and by referral)
  • Preferable to have a valid drivers license and own a reliable vehicle
  • No current drug use and preferable to be at least 6 - 12 months sobriety from illegal substances
  • Preferable to have high school diploma or GED (those who have not completed GED may be considered through referral)
  • Need to have a good understanding of the English language in order to interact with staff 

If you are ready to commit to a challenging program that will change the trajectory of your life, click the link below to request more information. 


*Please note, MFH is not an emergency shelter, and it can take several weeks for full admission into the program. *