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In community with addicted women and their children, Renewal House fosters healing, resiliency and continuing recovery to enhance family health. Renewal House was established as a 501(c)(3) on May 16, 1996. The agency's continuum of care for women with substance-use disorders and their children is composed of three major programs/components: a long-term, comprehensive family Residential Program for low-income, primarily homeless, addicted women and their children (including prevention services); a Women's Intensive Outpatient Program, offering accessible, licensed, gender-specific drug and alcohol addiction treatment for low-income women; and Affordable Recovery Housing Apartments, providing rental housing in a drug-free environment for women with at least six months in recovery and their children. Its goals for the year include lengthening the continuum of care for clients and the time of engagement in support of long-term recovery goals; maintaining communication with federal, state and community partners to assess and prepare for the impact of health care reform on agency operations, funding sources, and community collaborations; and increasing its understanding of its existing programs' performance by identifying, collecting and analyzing data that will inform senior management and the Board about agency efficiency, effectiveness and overall impact.