In 2000, when we opened Angie’s House, it was because I felt critical housing needs were not being met for the homeless, mentally ill and addicted/disabled community. We began with two converted homes in the Cottonwood, Arizona area which were used for the homeless community. Soon after, we were fortunate to be able to expand our services to assist the addicted and disabled community. Another component which was not being addressed was housing for individuals impacted by mental illness.
In 2006, we were able to expand our services to do our part in the community to help this issue. Angie’s House is now a 10-home community serving the Northern Arizona area, though still based in Cottonwood. And still run by my husband and myself! If you, a friend, or a family member is struggling with any of these issues, please know we are here to help. Call us with questions! If we do not have the answer, we can probably connect you with someone who can. Wishing the best for you and your family,