Esperanza Houses - New Sober Home In Need

Campaign Created by: Esperanza Houses, Inc

The funds from this campaign will be received by Esperanza House.

Goal: USD $12,400
Raised: USD $ 0

Hello All! 

We’re a committed group of men and women who have direct experience with the devastating impact fentanyl, other drugs and alcohol have upon individuals, families and communities. 

When it came to our attention that many teenagers, men and women are falling through the life-threatening cracks that appear once a clean soul leaves rehabilitation, only to encounter waiting lists for a sober home meant to provide additional time to recover from this most traumatic situation, we felt we had to act. Sending them right back to the same surroundings is statistically a no win for anyone involved. 

We’ve obtained a wonderful home in a beautiful spot in Kingsland, Tx to erect one home for men seeking safe harbor after rehab. Our hope is to open a women’s home the first quarter of 2023, God willing. 

Having a property is a wonderful start. However, there are many, many expenses that have become a roadblock, of sorts, and demand more than we’re able to give personally. This is where you come in!

With your financial help, we will be able to make needed repairs, purchase items necessary for housing up to 10 men and, one day, 10 women. Also, we have a serious need to cover taxes that are due on the property we’re assuming. We desperately need funds to continue our life saving endeavor. 

So, if you’re reading this, and it’s on your heart to give freely, please know that you have our thanks and eventually the thanks of many people who’s lives have value that need to be highlighted, celebrated and helped to reach their full sober/clean potential. 

Warm regards & blessings,

Esperanza Board of Directors


Scholarship Push!
December 19, 2022
facebook twitter


As we’re ready to begin housing those in need, our initial goal was to be a sober home that wasn’t “rent” centric. The goal was , and still is, to help men/women get to an independent level where they can leave Esperanza House and add value to their community outside of our homes. 

Unlike many religious organizations that support sober homes, we don’t have a specific church that supports us. We realize that each individual has their own concept of a higher power and we hope that they connect with God in ways they’d never imagined before. 

Also, we do not require residents to work for their room and board. We don’t own or operate a company and make tenants exchange labor for life. We encourage they get a job that’s helpful to others and fulfills their needs, as well as one that keeps them happy. 

That said, we do need, desperately, to have a backup fund for those who cannot afford rent or basic needs when they arrive to Esperanza House. Some, due to a variety of reasons, may not be able to obtain employment upon arrival. Many times there’s some additional medical issues that need to be addressed. 

This is why we want to have a fund established that will allow us to keep them afloat, within reason, if they meet the criteria for an organizational scholarship. 

So, if you feel like helping with our scholarship fund, we’d be very appreciative. Esperanza, as a non-profit, is not even. Which is ideal for funds in a venture that is not designed to make a profit. In fact, Esperanza is deeply in the red and could use all the help we can get as we go into 2023. 

Kind regards,

Esperanza Board of Directors 

Beautiful Day!
December 12, 2022
facebook twitter


Thank you to all the volunteers that showed up today! We were able to get more furniture assembled, in four hours, than you could find in a whole IKEA store! What an amazing introduction to the community & a welcomed, needed event considering the crunch we’re in with clients arriving in weeks! God bless you all!  & Merry Christmas!


Click the Pray button to let the campaign owner know you are praying for them.