At Faith Farm, we know that an individualized faith-based approach to recovery is what works. We have taken this knowledge and developed solutions for faith-based drug and alcohol addiction recovery for women, at The Eastham Home for Women, located on the Boynton Beach campus. Faith Farm opened the Eastham Home for Women in 1990 to address the devastation that addiction has on women and their families. The curriculum of our faith-based addiction recovery for women addresses the unique needs of each student. We strive to assist each student in identifying and changing self-destructive behaviors and attitudes by learning and applying biblical principles.
Eastham Home, named after Faith Farm’s founder, Rev. Garland Eastham, has the capacity to serve 20 women. Those who are accepted can participate in our Basic, Advanced and Transition Programs. Our community home-style living, dedicated staff, classes and community provides the environment needed for women to choose healing, transformation and recovery.