I found myself at Rhonda’s House during a very dark time in my life. Suffering from mental illness and also addiction I had recently suffered a relapse and with my depression I attempted suicide. Not knowing exactly what to do or what my next step would be coming out of the hospital, Rhonda’s House offered me a safe, comforting and judgement free home where I could catch my breath, regroup, re-focus and feel human when I at my lowest. Every staff member greeted me with pure kindness and support. They offered me resources even giving me rides to get food and clothing. It made it so much easier to know that all the staff members had been through similar situations & were like minded. When you are at your very lowest it’s so comforting to know there is a place like this. I truly felt like I was at home. The other guests there were also going through similar situations & I formed wonderful bonds with these people and become more than strangers, I become friends. I cannot say enough about this house of hope. There needs to be more sanctuary’s like this and I will never forget my experience here. I was greeted with selfless love and kindness during my worst days. I will forever be thankful for Rhonda’s House, the staff members who were oh so kind, and the guests whom I formed the most special bonds with and became friends with. Last but not least Yoda, this sweet support puppy will forever hold a special place in my heart. Unconditional love all around at Rhonda’s House. Cannot thank you enough!