Family Restoration/Transitional Housing
KBFLC’s Domestic Violence transitional housing and Our “Home Away from Home” safe house (for youth that are displaced from their families because of abusive and dangerous housing conditions) will be offered once substantial funding is secured. Aftercare treatment will also be provided once they have left the transitional housing and as they move from dependent, often abusive relationships into independent, self-sufficient lifestyles. The transitional housing and safe house will Staff Counselors who will be able to deal with chemical dependency, family reunification counselor to assist clients. Support groups will also be offered.
The facility will provide clients within an eight-step program that teaches them necessary life skills. This collaborative approach to empowerment is the keystone to developing self-sufficiency in the clients. The steps include personal development, vocational training, substance abuse counseling, interpersonal skills building, community involvement, leisure activities, and independent living skills.
KBFLC’s long-term goal is to offer children K-12 with alternative program. Our purpose will be to give students a solid academic foundation while emphasizing Christian character and patriotism.