Women's Restoration is being established by the vision and mercy of God. We believe the Bible is the true inspired word of God and is complete and accurate, and therefore is the foundational basis for all teaching of the ministry. 

It is essential for women trapped with chemical addiction to receive Biblical instruction to become new creatures with Christ Jesus through the power of the Holy Spirit.

 

Our mission is to help women who have no place to turn but want to be free from their addictions.  We want to give them an opportunity to learn how to live a productive and drug-free life.

 
THE PROGRAM

Women’s Restoration gives women an opportunity to learn how to live a productive and drug-free life.  Our initial regeneration program requires a twelve-month commitment.  Here is our program overview:

Phase 1:    Induction/Orientation – She begins developing her relationship with the Lord, learning Biblical principles to live by as well as building and maintaining healthy relationships.                                                

Phase 2:    Regeneration – In this phase she acknowledges choices made in her addiction.                                                                               

 

Phase 3:    Inner Healing – Learning that forgiveness is the key to spiritual maturity.  Here she faces her past and allows the Lord to heal her pain.  She also learns to forgive the wrongs done to her.                                                                                   

Phase 4:    Discipleship – Turning the focus from her addiction to who she now is in Christ.  She learns to use the tools taught through the program and the truth God has spoken to her, therefore instructing her to apply that truth to her newly changed life.

Meet our founders
~Albert and Loretta Pierron~

Albert and Loretta Pierron are the founders of Women's Restoration, Inc.  This program exists out of their obedience to follow God's call for their lives.  They walk daily in the blessing of restoration that the Lord gave to them through their own times of struggle.  We are grateful that they chose to honor God's call to ministry.