Decision Home of Fresno - Fresno, CA

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805 N. Echo Ave
Fresno, CA 93728
: 559-498-0381
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For males ages: 18 to 60 years old.

If you need help, take these life changing steps:
First ...

Call (559) 498-0381 to see if we have any openings. You will speak to the house manager on duty. You will be asked some basic questions about your situation. Feel free to ask questions also.
Second ...

The next step is an in-person interview. An appointment will be made for you to come in for an in-depth interview. It will take about an hour. If you have children, it is O.K. to bring them at this time. Come to the interview ready to stay even though we cannot guarantee that you will be admitted. The staff member who does your interview will also pray with you if you wish.
Third ...

After the interview, you will be shown around the Home and given a brief explanation of how everything works. We want you to feel welcome here, and we understand that this might be a stressful time. Usually the first 24 hours are the hardest because everything is new and unfamiliar. However, it gets easier once you know the routine and what to expect.

We offer you the best we have in a warm and supportive environment. Each area has the following basics:

    We do not tolerate alcohol or drug use.
    We have curfews and times to be in the Home.
    Everyone helps with household chores.
    We maintain a dress code.
    We have zero to tolerance for violence either physical or verbal.

Decision Home is a starting point for those individuals who are or have experiencing substance abuse problems. The men participate in family orientated activities such as group and peer discussions involving The 12 Steps, and time with their families is a Non-profit [501 (c3) public benefit corporation] 12 Step Spiritual Model. We have been serving the community for over 22 years. Our focus is to help rehabilitate men's lives in an open ended Life Application setting. These men are allowed to keep their jobs, maintain their home life while taking responsibility for their actions. At $21.00 per day Decision Home is very affordable and covers all beds, bedding, meals, and laundry facilities.

Do you have items to donate? Contact Decision Home of Fresno at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.

Shelter Information Last Update Date: 2018-07-30

Important:
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Do you have items to donate? Contact Decision Home of Fresno at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.

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