Halfway House

Mizpeh began as a halfway house for hurting women in 1990 in an Act of Parliament. More than 20 years later the work continues, serving also as a transition home for young women who are displaced by institutions when they turn 18 years.

As a halfway house,  Mizpeh provides shelter, food, clothing and a life changing programme aimed at the restoration of hurting women, whether battered, abused, abandoned, destitute or affected by other societal ills.

As a sanctuary, Mizpeh nurtures young ladies and transforms women under God into functional, whole individuals.



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