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The Humble House Ministries is a faith-based nonprofit organization providing sober living homes for women in recovery. Our ministry offers both a residential recovery program and transitional housing for women and children.  The programs focus on all aspects of recovery: emotional, physical, and spiritual.  We emphasize Bible based teachings and mentorship through case management.


At Humble House Ministries our mission is to help women in addiction by providing a safe and structured residence.  Our programs offer hope to women in recovery through discipleship, accountability, and life skill classes. 

Panama City, Florida

The Panama City, Florida location opened in 2020 and offers a long term, faith based  recovery home for women along with transitional homes for women and their children.  While in the programs women are healing from past traumas and learning work ethic, honesty, how to serve others, learning the Bible, and many life skills.  Women will be assigned a case manager, have mandatory classes that will aide in their recovery and teach them how to live a sober and healthy life.  Humble House Ministries provides a safe and structured environment for women, who desire a new beginning in life with Christ.

Panama City Tranitional Home 

Panama City Recovery Home

Our Tallahassee location opened in 2021 and is a long-term, faith-based recovery program for women.   Our program focuses on all aspects of recovery: physical, social, psychological, emotional, and spiritual. Our goal is to disciple our residents through the process of recovery and equip them to re-enter society as clean, sober, and successful members of our community.  We emphasize biblical discipleship, relapse prevention, and accountability, along with many life skills classes. We recently opened a transitional house for the women, who are working,  to live up to a year after graduation.  Humble House Ministries strives to provide opportunities for our residents past graduation and assist them in the process of getting a place of their own to call home.

Tallahassee, Florida

Tallahassee Transitional Home

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Humble House Ministries needs your help to continue to keep our program free to women, who are unable to pay.  Your financial support ensures that every woman is given a chance to recover from drug and alcohol addiction and start a new life.  Beyond your financial support there are other ways to support our program.  Please consider donating items from our wish list.

Wish List

  • Scholarships 

  • Gas Cards

  • Cleaning Products 

  • ​Toiletries 

  • Medicine & Vitamins - Unopened

  • ​​Walmart Gift Cards for New Undergarments 

  • Running Vehicle Donations​


I have three children. My daughter named Nevaeh passed away in a house fire.  DCF had opened an investigation on me and less than 24 hours later the fire happened.  I came in Humble House with a DCF case plan that said my case was too far past the due date for us to recover and I would not ever get my children back. But, with God's help and Humble House we all began to work as hard as we could to complete the requirements. The next time we had a family staffing I was told I could keep moving forward with the hopes of reunification.  I have been reunified with my children and we have moved in to our own apartment. Humble House has taught me the importance of reading my Bible, Christian fellowship, and helped me to be a better mom.  I'm excited about my new life moving forward.


I never knew how important reading the Bible was until I actually started to do it. A few months before going to Humble House I dove into the Word and that's when God started to really change me and my life. I was told the house I was living in was going to be sold, so I needed to leave. Then my husband left a couple months later. I was a stay-at-home mom with no money. I was depressed, lost, ashamed, and completely broken.  God provided all the money to sustain us while I searched for a job. Shortly after that I finally had daycare and a job, however, I still needed a place to live.  Rachel welcomed me into Humble House.  I learned I had to follow all their rules and start going to the Bible study classes and it was the best thing I could have done. God shaped and molded me with His Word, while I was there. He healed my brokenness, showed me He is faithful, and my provider. Now we have an amazing apartment and God provided everything the kids and I needed for it. 


I was born and raised in Tennessee with my family.  I had a very hard childhood and I was addicted to drugs at a young age. My troubled childhood carried over into my adult life and my children were taken from me by DCF before I went to jail.  While I was in jail I was introduced to the Humble House, that’s when I knew God had a plan for my life. My life changed for the better and I devoted my time to all that Humble House had to offer.  Slowly I started to  change and I began to trust the process and the people that the Lord put in my life.  I made the decision to give my life to the Lord and got baptized.  When I graduated Humble House with I had regained full custody of my daughter!  I’m no longer on felony probation and I have a great job. I still attend Most Excellent Way recovery meetings and am involved at my church.  I’m so thankful for everything I’ve learned and accomplished while at Humble House. I am trying everyday to be the woman and the mother that the Lord made me to be.


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