Ribbon Cutting Celebrates Morning Star II Expansion

Madonna Heights hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony July 16th to celebrate the expansion of the Morning Star II residential recovery program. Agency leadership, state and local leaders were on hand to recognize the success of Morning Star II that allows mothers recovering from substance and opioid abuse to live with their young children while receiving treatment. The expansion will allow Morning Star II to serve 14 additional women and their children. Read more.


Recovering from Trauma: One Woman's Journey

Jewelle, a resident of SCO’s Madonna Heights campus, discusses how she overcame her trauma and learned to establish trust and plan for her future.

Madonna Heights News

Madonna Heights is officially Sanctuary Certified! Sanctuary is about creating a safe, compassionate and high-quality trauma informed care for our youth and families and an organizational culture committed to open communication, non-violence, social responsibility, growth and change, democracy, social learning and emotional intelligence.

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