1. Builds self esteem and a sense of accomplishment in the area of work ethics. (Proverbs 13:4)
2. Gives our residents the opportunity to provide for themselves and their families.
3. Helps to provide necessary skills for people to achieve sustainable life long goals.
At Knik House, we take a holistic and faith based approach towards helping people obtain the skills, education and resources they may need to getting their lives back,
Benefits for Clients:
• safe structured living environment
• Learning positive coping skills
• Recovering with other individuals affected by similar challenges
• vocational resources, transportation, case management
Goals for Clients:
• Learning how to function on a daily basis in a productive manner
• Identifying and successfully coping with triggers
• Finding other healthy individuals to ask for help
• Repairing damaged relationships with others
Many of the clients we provide services to suffer from both a mental health concern and an addiction.
We believe by providing the people we serve the training they need to achieve their career goals, vocational skills increase their chance of positive change and self reliance.
It is our goal for our clients to learn the underlying issues leading to their current crisis, while also identifying newer, healthier ways of coping with these challenges and others life throws at them.
Knik House is a transitional and re-entry living facility is located in the Mat Su Valley.
We implement a Christ centered, life transformation model designed to successfully habilitate and re-habilitate people and families in need.
Our goal at Knik House is to provide temporary, long term, and emergency housing for families, individuals, single parents, and anyone in need.
We help by offering shelter, food, clothing, parent education, family relationship counseling, self sufficiency and respect.
Knikhouse was created in order to offer a solution-based, goal orientated program that will offer substantial remedies and education with regard to chronic homelessness, poverty, and crisis.