Serenity House, Inc provides transitional living (recovery homes) for those men and women who have made the vital decision to become free from the bondage of alcohol and/or drugs.
Our highly structured environment and our programs are designed to facilitate a spiritual transformation that will enable our residents to lead a happy, useful, and productive life, free from alcohol or drugs.
If you honestly feel you have a problem with alcohol or drugs; if you are willing to actively participate in your recovery; and, if you are open minded about the nature of the help offered, we can help you help yourself.
Mon-Fri. 12:00 noon at Barn 2438 CR 50
Tues. 7:00 PM 12/12 study at Barn 2438 CR 50
Wed. 7:00 PM Speaker meeting at Barn--2438 CR 50
Thurs. 7:00 PM Big Book study 2278 CR 50
Sat. 10:00 AM at House 2438 CR 50
Sat. 7:00 PM Speaker meeting at Barn (2438 CR 50)
Sun. 10:00 AM at 2278 CR 50
Sharing grounds with the office and our meeting and dining facility, this home normally houses men whose recovery is in the beginner stage. This quiet home offers spacious common areas. It is ideally suited for the new resident who needs to be centered and supported in recovery.
This facility is situated on seven beautifully landscaped acres. The grounds gazebo is large enough for meetings, a playground for visiting families, a volleyball court, and horseshoe pits. This property is utilized for outdoor events. Inside, a warm fireplace in the area makes it ideal for meetings and gatherings.
This old Victorian home offers a convenient, safe, and comfortable setting for women. It features beautiful common areas, cozy dorm rooms, and a corner lot with Downtown Auburn, shops, and suitable opportunities all within walking distance. A full-time manager oversees the security and recovery of women from a beginner to an advanced stage.
House #5 focuses on transitioning self-sufficient men back into the community.
House #6w focuses on a safe and comfortable environment for women. It is located in a quiet neighborhood in Warsaw and is within walking distance of downtown. Our full-time manager oversees the security and recovery of women.
Ample dorm rooms, warm cozy common areas, and our trademark landscaping combine to make these homes ideal recovery facilities. The quiet neighborhood is within walking distance from several of Warsaw’s beautiful lakes and parks.
Acquired in 2020, this home sits on a spacious lot on the outskirts of Albion, and is within walking distance of the Courthouse Square in downtown Albion. Offering a spacious dorm room along with warm and inviting main living areas for fellowship, meals and meetings. This home is ideally suited for men from the beginning stages of recovery, and to help them transform into men living a happy, clean and sober lifestyle.
This historical house sits on a spacious lot inside the city limits of Plymouth. This house is in a quiet neighborhood on the edge of town. It offers spacious living areas for fellowship, meals and meetings. A full- time manager oversees the security and recovery of women from the beginning to advanced stages of recovery.
House #8 Manager
House #10 Manager
House #11 Manager
Pat Tyler - President
Steve Bade - Vice President
Wes Oswalt - Treasurer
Bob Tarlton - Secretary
Jodie Evans - Member
John Kidd - Member
Dale Rose - Member
Amy Truesdell - Member
Tim Johnson - Member
Shelley Marsiliano - Member
Gary Sturdevant- Member
Stephanie Hamilton- Member
Tammy Fink- Member
Annette Haining - Member
Paul Wilson - Member
Colleen Kennedy - Member