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 |  PO BOX 4081 Wilmington NC 28406-1081

Wilmington Healing Center is headquartered in Wilmington, NC, and is a 501(c)(3) organization. EIN: 46-3659615.  Donations are tax-deductible. The IRS' NTEE classification is Personal Social Services within the Human Services - Multipurpose and Other category. The IRS ruling year for tax exemption was 2016.

(Source: IRS Business Master File and Form 990)


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What is your organization aiming to accomplish?

Our primary goals at the Wilmington Healing Center is to help all individuals, especially those that are struggling with any form of substance abuse, identify their personal area of struggle or bondage, process biblically what they need to deal with. We are working to create a long term residential living facility (18 months) that will provide a safe place for WOMAN to recover from substance abuse without the pressures of life. Our program will be 3 phases, each phase 6 months. Strictly and abstinence based and Christ centered program. Phase 1 will be a time of healing (physically, emotionally & spiritually). Each woman will receive room and board free during this time if they are unable to afford treatment. the women will be engaged in one on one counseling, Intensive out patient treatment through a local agency as well as any medical care they may need. Included in all phases are bible studies, book studies and church attendance and worship as well as required 12 step recovery meetings. Phase one will be a highly structured environment dedicated to their individual care! We help the individual forgive themselves and those that have hurt them, we walk with them as they learn to see themselves the way that their almighty creator sees them. We help them to find their true created purpose in life and learn to walk in their god given destiny as a son or a daughter Phase 2 will remain structured, however we will begin to make changes based on the individuals needs, part time employment or part time continued education can be included, this will give the women more responsibility and access to outside world. Phase 2 is a time to start giving back to this organization. We will work on developing leadership skills and taking on greater roles and responsibilities in this recovery center and helping others. Phase 3, during these last 3 months it is our goal to prepare these ladies for life outside of this recovery center. at this stage women will begin to spend more weekends away with their families. we will work with their family's (if they are willing) to prepare them for transition. By this phase we expect each woman to be working and saving for their transition home and into the world as growing leaders, being productive members of society!


What are your strategies for making this happen?

We have been researching the recovery programs and recovery housing the is available locally (New Hanover and Brunswick Counties). We are looking the success rates of each program. Looking at what works and what does not! We see that there is great need for woman's residential programs especially woman with children. (We would love to accommodate the needs of these woman desiring to be reunited with their children.) We have learned that short term program are not working! Programs that are not able to provide free services are not as reliable. Most programs are focused on treating the individuals with other medications rather than focusing on abstaining. Most residential programs have a weekly or monthly rent to reside in the program, which places the focus on work and not on recovery! Pressures to succeed again without the skills needed to survive only cause more failure within the mindsets of these that struggle with a defeated or hopeless mindset. We are gathering the information to develop a program that will work if the clients are submitted to change.


What are your organization's capabilities for doing this?

Program founder & director has 31 experience working with those that struggle with addiction. Program director has been training individuals to work with our target group for over 4 years. Program director is an ordained minister who has been trained and operating in this field for a long time. The Wilmington Healing Center has been in our community since 2013 successfully ministering to individuals as an out patient facility. Testimonies are available upon request!


How will your organization know if you are making progress?

We will know that we are making progress as we can check off each step of moving toward our end goal of the operation of the Recovery Center. Progress is measured by the lives impacted through this program. First we have to understand that the end results for Substance abuse disorder are two, either there is recovery which includes healing and life style change or it results in death. Death does not always mean physical, but emotional and spiritual death. If death is the result, then we are not making progress. Recovery actually means to... ? To recuperate or regain what has been lost or taken ? To regain your health or to get well ? To return to a state of control or authority ? To save yourself from falling, slipping ? To regain or reclaim land or substances from waste ? To retrieve a person from a bad state ? To get back by a judgement (legal) ? To return to a balance from weakness ? To cover again ? To reclaim what once was yours, restoration of a thing will begin This is how we are measuring progress! We are watching for the positive fruit of an individual RECOVERY!


What have and haven't you accomplished so far?

Accomplished: *The Wilmington Healing Center have been operational in our program style of ministry for 5 years and have the testimonies to back up our success! *The vision is written and clear. *Currently working to complete the business plan! *Gathering data *We are looking at the available funding options, through grants, corporate and individual donors. *Currently "looking" at the facility options which are available to us with the right funding. Whats Next! *With the Business plan completion, we will begin to look for funding! *With the Funding in Place we will move toward finding the facility that will be functional for the Recovery Center. *



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