A circumstance or event of great importance or consequence to alter the course of one's life.

    This definition is why we chose the name Momentous Home. We are so blessed and excited to have the opportunity to help others. We do our very best to help the women that come to the home to get their feet planted so that they may reach their goals. We believe good people can make bad decisions. Sometimes, it is learned and other times it is all we know. Chaos, instability and dangerous habits all can be a tough thing to change and leave behind. For some it may be a need for a place to work a recovery program without being tempted to take that first drink or drug. Others in the home may need a safe nonthreatening and abuse free atmosphere. No matter the reason or circumstance, we welcome all women from all walks of life. We have hope and faith that the end goal is to better their lives. We believe that with positive encouragement, positive thinking and positive circumstance anything is possible for these women. Our home is successful when our ladies are succeeding on their journey through life.

​    The women that come to stay at our home are given a pillow, fresh linens and a comfortable bed to sleep in. Ladies will receive food and necessities to help get started. For the first seven to fourteen days we provide a daily bus pass to those who need it. We provide all amenities of a home, as well as a safe environment for women free of alcohol, drugs and violence. Ladies may stay at the home as long as they need to. We do not put a time limit on their stay. Women paroling to the home are required to spend at least 6 months here before they will be allowed to relocate or move. 

  There are rules and guidelines that the women must follow in order to continue residency at the home. She must have a job in seven days. A minimum of three NA or AA meetings each week, two of which are offered in the home one AA and one NA. She must attend a mandatory relapse prevention class that a LCDC teaches each Sunday from 6:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. Our LCDC also offers individual and family counseling. Random drug and alcohol test are given. Cleaning of the home and their living space is required as well as they will have weekly chores that will be completed on Monday and Thursday. We ask that our women show respect anonymity and are considerate of others women in the home. There is a curfew at 11:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. with quiet time for 9:00 p.m. to 9:00 a.m. to accommodate various work schedules and children's bedtime/school schedules. 

  There are some deposits required and it does cost to live at this women home started when they arrive. In order to come to the home you must be able to pay for at least 5 days plus all deposits, including a $10 fee for the mandatory intake drug test, and the registration fee. This home is set up to run as a hotel so the rate is done nightly but payment can be do weekly, biweekly, or monthly depending on the payment schedule of each individual. 


   This home is a hand up not a hand out. Our goal is to help women learn to life a clean and sober life so that they are able to become a self-sufficient productive member of society. We believe there is hope for a better future free of violence, abuse, drugs and alcohol.

  If you know of a women in need of this type of environment please feel free to contact me at the information below. We look forward to building a better future together.


For more information please contact Melissa Morse at (325) 212-0340.

701 East 19th Street, San Angelo, TX 76903