The Exodus House recognizes the cycles of addiction, poverty, unemployment, apathy, and criminality at work in our city. We believe these cycles are perpetuated by inequalities, unattainable resources, and personal choices made out of a sense of hopelessness. Our commitment is to create a home where residents can come and find self-worth and the resources to live out the fullness of their worth. We believe an environment that fosters equality and mutual respect, thus encouraging individual as well as communal responsibility, is the best way to break these debilitating cycles.
The purpose of The Exodus House is to establish a community that provides opportunities for residents to meet their physical, emotional and social needs through shared responsibility and active engagement in the available resources of our city. We believe that community in this context means staff residing with residents and sharing in this holistic healing process. The shared responsibility and close proximity offers accountability, trust, encouragement, self-worth, and ultimately a sustainable life outside of the house.