COVID-19 Updates

As everyone knows, our entire nation is dealing with this COVID-19 outbreak. We have been asked, as a nation, to engage in “social distancing” to help decrease the spread of this virus, keep our community as healthy as possible,… Read More

Happy New Year!

Welcome to 2020! What are your intentions for this this new year and decade?!  In Proverbs 21:5, we are reminded that the plans of the diligent lead to profit. This year, regardless of “life” happening, I pray that… Read More

~Dianne~

Meet Dianne. She has been at the Micah Project House for about 6 months. She has been working for an amazing company for months and is enjoying lots of quality time with her family. She has embraced her… Read More

We’re almost there!!

Thank you for your generous support! We have just over $2000 left to reach our end of year goal of $6000! Please consider donating now to help reach our goal to fully fund a total of 12 months… Read More

We Need Your Help!

Thank you being a valuable supporter of The Micah Project. With your help our current participants have more than 16 months of collective sobriety so far. Together we have provided help to women in need, having served 24… Read More

~Brijeet~

Meet Brijeet. She has been at the Micah Project House for almost 2 months. She has secured an amazing job with a company she worked for in the past. She has been getting connected in the recovery community… Read More

~Denise~

Meet Denise. She has been at the Micah Project House for about 2 months. She has secured an amazing job, and is reconnecting with her family. She is an amazing artist and has the most beautiful easy going… Read More

With your help…

With your help our current participants have more than 16 months of collective sobriety so far. Together we have provided help to women in need, having served 24 women since our inception just over one year ago. We… Read More

~Sarah~

Meet Sarah. She lived at the Micah Project House for about 3 months. During her time at the house, she secured an amazing job and reconnected with her family. She has successfully transitioned to community living and continues… Read More