ABOUT ROSE HOME – FORT WAYNE
Ran by a not-for-profit, the Rose Home operates two residential Christian treatment centers in Indiana. The North House is in a remote part of Syracuse while the other is in Fort Wayne, and is known as the Fort Wayne House. Both are transitional living homes for women recovering from substance abuse disorders.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
When applying for treatment at The Rose Home in Fort Wayne, applicants must fill out an application detailing their history and reasons for seeking treatment. The application process may take up to a week or longer, and applicants may be placed on a waiting list if no space is available at the time. After receiving an application, the director will contact the applicant for an interview and tour of the house. According to its website, the Fort Wayne House offers access to agencies to help with “employment, counseling, and spiritual growth.”
Rose Home divides its treatment into five levels and bases it on the 12-Steps and Christian principles. The Fort Wayne House accepts only 10 women at a time and requests candidates be physically, emotionally, and mentally stable. Clients must commit to staying six months at the facility, according to.
An article by Ink Free News, a digital newspaper based in Kosciusko County,, known as North House. The article stated that women living there must participate in prayer or meditation, work a full-time job, pay rent, and maintain a budget among other common practices of healthy living.
Rose Home’s facilities have a 24/7 staff available to clients. The houses also have approval from the. An anonymous loved one who was the only reviewer to provide feedback to Best-rehabs.com to date rated the staff’s level of experience and training five out of five stars.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
The Fort Wayne Rose Home is situated in a Victorian-style house with 10 beds and offers public transportation for clients. The house also has a screened atrium for smoking.
The North House is a two-story Colonial-style home located in a remote part of the state, and it has a 12-bed capacity.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
One Best-rehabs.com reviewer to date, Connie, commended the Fort Wayne Rose Home for its strong programming based on the 12-Steps and Christian principles but offered no ratings.
On Rose Home’s Facebook page, which may be curated by Rose Home, Inc., 10 reviewers to date rated the facility an average perfect five out of five stars. Reviewer Debi, the only alum to provide commentary, wrote: “It is a wonderful place to learn how to live a life if structure and recovery… They will love you until you can learn to live yourself:)”
WHAT FRIENDS AND FAMILY SAY
One anonymous Best-rehabs.com reviewer to date gave the facility positive ratings in their review, with four out of five stars for connectivity/visitor policy and family participation and five-star ratings for cleanliness and staff’s experience and training. The only complaint was that the facility was “sometimes too busy.” They wrote: “a very family oriented approach to wellness … I believe this facility truly cares about its patients, with wellness their main concern.”
The Ink Free News stated Rose Home is run by grants, United Way funding, and donations from various individuals, businesses, and churches, and that clients pay monthly rent.