Housing and Mentoring Individuals that are Ready for a New Way of Life
ABSOLUTE Housing was founded to support individuals that have completed some form of drug/alcohol rehab and want to follow Jesus.Learn More
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The Next Level of Transitional Housing.
What to Expect if You Come to ABSOLUTE Ministries
ABSOLUTE Ministries is the Pacific Northwest's Premier transitional housing & mentoring program for individuals who have completed an inpatient substance abuse rehab and are looking to become sustainable for the rest of their life. We help individuals every step of the way. We can guarantee the success of those who adhere to our instruction and implement our teaching in their lives.
I have been to more than 8 inpatient treatment programs. After my last one I decided to come to ABSOLUTE. That was over three years ago. I am so glad I made that decision
It wasn't until our son hit rock bottom did he realize that his recovery had to come from Jesus.
Steve & Sue
ABSOLUTE Housing will revolutionize the norms of the recovery process. We are proud to be partnered with this organization.
Rev. Willie Parish President, Bread of Life Mission, Seattle
ABSOLUTE has helped me to work through my struggles in a healthy way and has provided me with an environment to build relationships with others and continue to grow in my relationship with Jesus.
I am thankful that God took me off the path of destruction I was on and reestablished my walk with him, restored my family, and firmly planted me in a Jesus-loving church through the ABSOLUTE Ministries program.
ABSOLUTE Ministries is a work of GOD. We are proud to be partnered with this organization. Lives will be powerfully impacted for many years to come...
Rev. Chris Hodges President- Pacific Northwest Adult & Teen Challenge
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I've gone from a horrible life threatening heroin addiction to ABSOLUTE Life! Thank you for making my story possible. I am now on a sustainable path. -Carolyn