Faith Farm is a Christian ministry whose purpose is the advancement of the gospel of Jesus Christ through restoration of men and women, leading to transformed lives
About Faith Farm Ministries
Faith Farm Ministries offers a faith-based residential drug and alcohol addiction transformation and recovery program. With 445 beds across three campuses in South Florida, we offer the time and tools it takes to choose to live a productive life in recovery. Faith Farm began in 1951 as an overnight rescue mission in Ft. Lauderdale. Today each campus has a church, thrift store, and live-on staff of pastors, teachers, and counselors. All faiths, races, and socio-economic classes are welcome. Faith Farm offers all recovery services free of charge.
Faith Farm’s program has a threefold focus based on its Mission Statement
Food, Shelter, and Safety
Classes, Counseling, and Mentoring
Certified Work Training, GED Classes, and College Courses
Faith Farm's Impact
Faith Farm’s program has reached students from all 50 states and several countries. Through our residential program, classes, counseling, education, and work training opportunities we offer life transformation and recovery, not just sobriety.
History – A Legacy & Vision
In 1951, Rev. Garland “Pappy” Eastham was an obedient servant of the Lord with a big vision. He opened his church to the homeless men that lived on the streets of the Ft. Lauderdale, many of whom struggled with addiction to drugs and alcohol. His first move was to have a safe place to offer an overnight stay with hot meals, but he also fulfilled the greatest commandment, to love one another. It troubled him that the problem continued and he saw the same men come back, time and time again, struggling against the stronghold of addiction. He realized that to obtain effective life change, the program needed to be extended, both in the amount of time the men stayed and the teaching they received. Faith Farm Ministries has evolved into a 9 – 10 month, faith-based, residential recovery program for men and women with 445 beds on over 1,500 acres in Ft. Lauderdale, Boynton Beach and Okeechobee. Although our physical locations are in south Florida, we are a national program attracting participants from across the nation and around the world.