Our mission is to aid in the revival of recovering addicts/alcoholics and their children. We work with our clients to bridge the financial gap and continue healing the wreckage of the past.
Wings of Revival is proud to provide the community with a welcoming, safe and sober location that supports all pathways of recovery in a welcoming, compassionate and supportive environment. We provide services to members, family and friends, and the community with additional programs (such as Al-Anon), social activities, fellowship and other events to foster positive and productive changes in everyday life.
Know that it is never too late to fix broken relationships with the help of peer support services and life and brain coaching professionals. Contact Wings of Revival today to get started.
Wings of Revival helped me so much! I was able to conquer my addiction and get my family back. From the intense therapy to friendships and understanding, I cannot thank you enough for all of your help and support.
I was so honored to be nominated and then received financial support from Yvette Roche’s non-profit called Wings of Revival. I truly believe that this support I was given both financially and emotionally gave me the push and courage I needed to continue fighting this custody battle, which ultimately ended in a 9 hour trial and me receiving a step-up plan, which ends in 50/50 custody of my beautiful daughter Olivia. Today, I am on the board of Wings of Revival and help with the parent reunification support group, which is also run through Wings of Revival.
I thought my life was over when I hit rock bottom. Wings of Revival helped me to see that my life was worth living and I could rebuild what I had lost. Thank you so much for everything.
I moved here from Michigan on July 20th, 2022. The very next day I went to an AA meeting and met a lady who had gone through a custody battle like mine. We instantly became friends, she introduced me to some of her friends and before I knew it, two ladies were nominating me for financial help during the final time of my custody battle, right before I was about to go to court. This was the first time in 3 years that anyone had offered me financial help during this very trying time in both my life and my daughters.