Re-Entry is a non-denominational, Christian home, where women whose lives are controlled by addictive substances learn the causes of their addiction and overcome them for the rest of their lives.
Our program requires residency at our Primary Care facility for a 12 to 18 month period. During that time we prepare the woman to resume independent living, returning her to children, family, friends and the work place. Upon graduation from the Primary Care program, we offer an After Care program, if additional time is needed to complete job search, find affordable residency or put in place or things essential to resumption of independent living.
Addicts come to us as destitute (no possessions) and desolate (abandoned) persons. Our program is designed to renew and restore the joy of life that is available by faith in Jesus Christ. Through qualified care providers, we address the medical, counseling, educational and other human needs that are necessary for restoration. There are typically 25 women participating in our program. Re-Entry began its ministry in 1980. It was founded in Bridgeport, Connecticut by Executive Director Minister Queen S. Mims.
WE WELCOME YOU
Learn more about the distinctiveness of our program and its successes by continuing to explore our website, talk with us on the phone or make an appointment to visit us at our Primary Care Facility.
Founder and Executive Director,
Minister Queen S. Mims
A CHRISTIAN HOME FOR WOMEN SINCE 1980
Phone: 203 368-4018
Mail: P.O. Box 1380, Bridgeport, CT 06601-1380
Office: 82 Benham Avenue, Bridgeport, CT 06605
Re-Entry Ministry is a 501 (c) (3) tax-exempt organization