Women of the Pink House

The Teen Challenge Cincinnati Women’s Home
(aka the Pink House) provides a safe environment for women ages 18 and up. Operating at a capacity of 9, our home is a faith-based approach to drug rehabilitation, life controlling issues and destructive relationships for women in desperate circumstances.

Our home is a residential, faith-based alternative to drug rehabilitation for women in desperate circumstances – drug addiction, jail, or destructive relationships.

Women earn GED if needed


Women reside at the Women’s Home for 6 to 8 months.

They complete personal and group studies as part of our educational model.

If applicable, GED is mandatory for completion. Tutoring is provided.

Additional Training Provided:

• Parenting Classes
• Employment Readiness
• Career Assessment
• Resume writing
• Job Applications
• Relational skills
• Cooking and Cleaning
• Budgeting
• Public Speaking

Our Stories


Tough Love

“I am an outgoing person naturally, but I had taken my life to dangerous extreme. I was bad choices, experimenting with drugs, and getting into trouble. As far as I could tell I didn’t have anything positive going on for me.”


Decided. Determined. Different.

“My life before Teen challenge was miserable. I struggled with severe depression. I went to six different, inpatient rehabs where they told me; “I was an addict and I would always be one.” I overdosed many times. As a result of my last overdose, I lost custody of my oldest son. My drug use got even worse. Seeking help, I went into a treatment program for medical detox and I found out that I was pregnant again.”

Rachel and Brad


All In

“I thought I was managing my addiction and keeping it a secret from my friends and family. It wasn’t until I got pregnant with my son that I realized that my life had spiraled out of control. I was a full-blown heroin addict at that point. I was abusing drugs on a daily basis and without my notice, 6 years had escaped by. I spent much of that time in and out of jail, rehab, and sober living homes, often being kicked out for breaking one rule or another. I had an authority problem.”


Purpose. Discipline. Direction

“But soon, lies, anger, and sneaking around had taken over my life. I was defensive and angry about everything. My drug and alcohol use continued and escalated.”

Sarah and children


New Creation

“I had never taken a faith-based approach towards my struggles with addiction. I decided to enter Teen Challenge Cincinnati.”

Sarah Moore, Women's Home Director

Sarah Moore, Women’s Admission Director

Women: (513) 248-0452 ext. 303

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