About Nicole's House

a Northwest Arkansas transitional housing for women coming out of addiction

Our Story

Nicole’s House is not just a place of healing, it is a vision inspired by God.

With faith-based mentoring, instructions for daily living, and career counseling. Nicoles house is a place where women can be set free from the torment and destruction of addiction, and return to their community as successful contributing members of their city.

Our Impact

One of the most important and far-reaching effects of Nicole’s House

will be seen through the positive impact it has on families who have been negatively affected by their loved one’s addiction. These families often face poverty, strained or broken relationships, and separation from spouses or parents. The positive healing and restorative effects offered by Nicole’s House will be dramatic: mothers can regain custody of their children, provide for their families, and become productive members of their community.

The impact Nicole’s House will have on our community is nothing short of astounding.

Our Program

To Be Admitted Into the Program you must be 25 or older, have been sober at least 30 days, and desire God as part of your recovery plan.

Nicole’s House is a Northwest Arkansas transitional housing for women coming out of addiction. Nicole’s House is a faith-based non-profit, dedicated to helping women transition back into their community while they recover from drug and addiction. Our members reside at Nicole’s House for one year while engaging in a program of not only recovery but a program addressing all aspects of their lives. At Nicole’s House, we call our curriculum The Six Pillars to Freedom. Women will receive education, training, and exposure to Faith, Recovery, Support System, Life Skills, Self-Care, and Career Planning. 

Daily attendance at an in-house Bible study and weekly attendance in a Christian based church will be encouraged. House rules are established on moral and Judeo-Christian values. Nicole’s House believes that assisting women to overcome their addiction will improve their lives and the lives of those in their community. 

The Six Pillars to Freedom

Our team

The Passion Behind Nicole’s House

Our volunteers are amazing and come from every walk of life; to lend their time, talents and treasures to Nicole’s House. We have a full time, live in house leader. Founder-Executive Director, Sandra Warmack provides admission assessment, case management, leadership, and development strategies. Nicole’s House utilizes outside resources like professionals who assist with counseling, career planning, budgeting, cooking and nutrition, Bible Study, etc.

Our board of directors

Nicole’s House has an active working board of directors. Nicole’s House is always in search of volunteers to serve on our board, in house, or as a mentor or sponsor.

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Annie’s Story

Nicole’s House saved my life. I was abandoned as a child and I married young to an abusive man. I was able to get away from him. I remarried, had a son, and my husband died from cancer before my child turned one. It was just my son and I. I finished college and taught school. I then remarried and had two more children. My husband was abusive, and I turned to drugs as a way to escape. When I lost custody of my younger son and daughter, I worked for DHS for six years but eventually lost my DHS job due to my abuse. I have been in and out of prison and have eight felonies. I was living with my sister when I learned about Nicole’s House. I was still using. I thought, “I need that.” I came to Nicole’s House in May of 2018, and I graduated this past May. I now work for a drug and alcohol treatment center. I am able to give back and help others in addiction. I will be forever grateful to Nicole’s House and the amazing volunteers who loved me when I was certainly unlovable. They never wavered.

In memory of

Lindsey Yates

10-23-83 to 8-21-21

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Joy Comes in the Morning