We are Restoring Lives

We provide safe, transitional housing and structured accountability for adult men at-risk of incarceration and struggling with drug abuse. Our licensed counselors and support staff are committed to the recovery process, and offer mentoring and discipleship to those who need it the most.

Restoring Lives is more than a clever name. It is our mission, our calling, and our outcome.

Restoring Lives is more than a clever name. It is our mission, our calling, and our outcome.

We provide safe, transitional housing and structured accountability for adult men at-risk of incarceration and struggling with drug abuse. Our licensed counselors and support staff are committed to the recovery process, and offer mentoring and discipleship to those who need it the most.

Restoring Lives is more than a clever name. It is our mission, our calling, and our outcome.

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The Right Track

Helping the Lost find their way.

The Rest Stop

Providing a place to renew.

The Long Term

Planning for down the road.


Liberty House

The Restoring Lives Program has a new assistance program called Liberty House.
Liberty House is a 25-Bed homeless facility for veterans located directly adjacent to our current headquarters in West Tulsa.

In January 8, 2013 the Restoring Lives Program announced the opening of the Liberty House, which is a 25-bed homeless facility for veterans who are currently without shelter, in danger of incarceration, or recently released from prison. The Liberty House offers assistance to American Veterans who find themselves homeless and abandoned - adult men who are having to face drug addiction, post-traumatic stress disorder, and other issues on their own.

Restoring Lives was born out of the Christian concept “I am my brother’s keeper”. We believe it is our duty to bring hope and restoration to the hopeless. We are here to show love, care, and concern for those who are helpless, wounded, and forgotten.

Restoring Lives is proud to be a part of the five-year plan to end homelessness among American soldiers. Our goal is to be there to provide a helping hand for these American Veterans to transition back into society successfully. The end result is to reduce the recidivism rate to our jails and institutions.

Our “Outreach Program” in the community includes Veterans currently on Probation/Parole Status and those in danger of incarceration. We believe individuals battling addiction and sent to prison in Oklahoma could do much better in the community working in programs such as the Restoring Lives Program which addresses the “root cause” of their situation.

The Liberty House has a strong team committed to providing a solid recovery/re-entry program for our participants. As a community-based program, we also incorporate the wrap-around process by networking with other agencies that help meet the needs of Veterans. Restoring Lives remains committed to maintaining these partnerships to prevent homelessness, improve employability, and increase independent living by staying the course. Our work isn't complete until the last homeless veteran is off the street.

Current recovery support services include:

  • Spiritual and Faith Support
  • Counseling provided by a full-time licensed professional counselor.
  • Drug-free supportive transitional housing.
  • Assistance in obtaining permanent housing.
  • Peer counseling, client advocacy, pre-vocational training.
  • Transportation, Driver's License, Birth Certificate, and other documentation Assistance.
  • Providing Meals, Food Stamps assistance