Pregnant and parenting women’s program

The Isabella House Women and Children's Program is the only program of its kind in the Inland Northwest!

Isabella House, a six-month inpatient program, serves women who have children and/or are pregnant and who suffer the effects of substance use and abuse. Our services (e.g., parenting programs, therapeutic childcare, group/individual therapy, life/employment skills, HIV/AIDS education, transitional housing, etc.) develop and amplify each client's parenting and life skills.

Isabella House patients utilize two discrete state-level assistance programs: Pregnant & Parenting Women (PPW) and Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF). PPW assists women who are either pregnant or parenting young children. The children are housed with their mothers and are a factor in determining program eligibility. TANF also serves mothers with children, but the children may or may not be in the custody of their mothers.