Transitional Living Homes - Eden Center

Transitional Living Homes

Friendship House Mission Statement

Friendship House promotes the health and wellbeing of at risk adults by providing a respectful and supportive home based living environment, as a bridge from treatment to independent living. Friendship welcomes and encourages collaboration with resident’s families in order to encourage a successful reintegration into every day independent living, family and society.

What Support Services do we Provide?

Friendship House is the next best choice to transitioning an adult to independent living. Our House Managers provide a supportive mentor to residents. While House Managers are not clinical staff, they are partners in the clients’ plan for living successfully when they return to an independent home environment. House Managers send nightly reports and receive feedback from the resident’s clinical team in order to provide the best supportive experience possible to residents. Much like parents or family members, House Managers are not expected to be counselors or therapists, but they provide guidance and support. As we understand that our residents are still making a transition from treatment to home, as a safety precaution all House Managers are Med Tech certified, CPR certified, First Aid certified, and Narcan certified.

About Us

Friendship House is open to all religions and walks of life, we discriminate against no one. We are an open home for adults who require support as they attend PHP and IOP treatment. We work with the clients’ Treatment Teams in order to facilitate a smooth recovery, however we are a stand alone Transitional Living Home with our own structure and system which is separate from any Treatment Program.

Friendship House provides transitional living for adults with unique accommodations for the Jewish community, and integrations into the Jewish community for our Orthodox clients. We provide a Kosher kitchen, Kosher food, Shabbos accommodations, and Rabbinical chaplaincy.

Clients are taken on trips and shopping experiences. This includes: Hiking, Slurpee trips, Ice Skating, Malls, Nail Salons, and much more. Covid changes the ability to do some of these things.

Friendship House Team

Rabbi Hayes

Founder and Director

Tracy Rabb

Womens’ House Manager

Yasmine Shahar

Mashpia and Housing Supervisor

Insurances Accepted

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