Captive Hearts recovery homes are safe havens for women who have either been appointed by the Court system to go into a recovery program or self-refer seeking a rehabilitative program to help them get back on their feet. Our focus is also on their children, who have experienced abuse and neglect if their mother is using and to get the client back to their home sober and clean.
We strive to not only teach women how to recover through the classes we offer, but also to prepare them to become mentally and physically stable for their future through our educational program.
Our mission is “Bringing Healing to Hurting Humanity.” We are dedicated to providing practical and spiritual training to rehabilitate broken men and women. Our goal is to prepare these individuals to return to their families and communities, healed from the chains of addiction.
By “Bringing Healing to Hurting Humanity,” those we counsel and mentor can realize their dreams as they move into their destiny, learning how to recover, how to break free from their addictions, anger and grief, and how to set boundaries in their lives–tools they will need once they enter back into society.
Our purpose is to extend unconditional love and grace to those affected by abuse, addiction and need inner healing.
Captive Hearts makes weekly visits to the San Luis Obispo County Jail to provide guidance and support to those in need.
We offer educational classes once a week facilitated by teachers from Allan Hancock College.
Volunteer Workers Wanted!
Ready to broaden your life experience? Captive Hearts has assorted opportunities for persons to give their time and talents to women caught up in the consequences of their former chaotic lifestyle.
Please click below to download an application and see which opportunities may make you a good fit in helping us fulfill our mission in “Bringing Healing to Hurting Humanity”. Then mail or fax it to us to start your journey!