Agency - Randlin Homes
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|Last updated on July 28, 2013|
Restoring heroes and renewing hope is the mission of
Randlin Adult Family Care Homes Inc. Randlin Homes is a faith based nonprofit organization with a commitment to provide a safe healthy family type environment for homeless, mentally ill, chemically dependent and otherwise disabled and struggling adults (veteran priority) Our vision is to rehabilitate and train as many individuals as possible in an volunteer training/work experience program so they can become self sufficient again.
Randlin Homes provides a structured environment where student/residents can learn new coping skills while developing a sense of family that many have lost through their chemical use or destructive behaviors. We also provide ways to help those who have become disabled and can't do the work they have in the past.
Our education and training program includes providing a clean and sober recovery environment with onsite AA, NA, anger management, relapse prevention, breaking barriers and other groups.
The agencies "Reintegration Assistance Program" RAP includes training at the Randlin Occupational Training Center and Gallery of HOPE Store at 4317 Stewart Avenue and our One More Time Home Furnishings Store at 1006 N. 6th Street in Wausau.
We provide a broad range of training opportunities including wood working, customer service & sales, small engine repair, appliance repair, inventory, financial management, furniture refinishing and repair, landscaping and lawn care, gardening, home care. marketing, bookkeeping, pottery, painting and much more.
We believe in the need for well planned and supported transitioning and long term follow up to assist student/residents in maintaining their new lifestyle. With a consistent impressive success rate in helping residents remain clean, sober, out of jail, hospitals and detox centers, we are working with the the justice system to find alternatives to incarceration.
The cost of the education, training, treatment and transition program is set up on an ability to pay basis with 320 S. 4th Avenue rent being $250 a month and 529 McClellan at $300 it is a very affordable rate for so many benefits. There is no charge for the training program but that is only because all of our training is provided by the student/residents themselves as they practice our "each one teach one model" and our faithful volunteers.
Main office number
||Tammy Obermeier, Program Manager, (715) 212-1868, (email)
Ralph Schlitz, Program Manager, (715) 298-3700, (email)
Linda Larson Schlitz, President, (715) 212-2339, (email)
: (715) 298-3700
Web Site: http://www.randlinhomes.org
||PO Box 1488
Wausau, WI 54402
||HOPE Thrift Store: 1006 N. 6th St., Wausau 54403
HOPE Furniture and Appliance Store, 825 S. 8th Ave., Wausau 54401
Nearest Bus Stop: Route H (6th St.); Route G (Sherman St.), 1 minute walk
|Last updated on July 28, 2013|
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