The date is approaching fast and we’re getting ready! Don’t miss out!
SAVE THE DATE - SATURDAY OCTOBER 29th - Join SAMAD's House and Milwaukee County for our Better Ways to Cope event: Cope 'N' Trunk!
We're inviting the public and all community organizations to meet us Saturday, October 29th from 5pm to 7pm at 2875 N. 23rd Street. Pack the trunk of your car with candy, harm reduction and prevention resources!
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PH: (414) 595-6501
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In an effort to raise greater awareness of this national epidemic, Samad’s House hosted its 2nd Annual Black Balloon Release Day in Milwaukee, WI on Sunday, March 6, 2022.
We gathered with families, partner organizations, local media outlets and individuals to release black balloons in remembrance of those who lost their lives to drug overdose in Milwaukee County and surrounding areas in 2021.
The ceremony took place at Samad’s House—2875 North 23rd Street Milwaukee, WI 53206. Please check out some of the photos from the event in our photo gallery below.
Creating an environment that provides individuals who have a history of substance abuse with the necessary tools to manage sobriety, restore families and comfortably re-acclimate into society.
Founded in 2020, Samad’s House serves as a sober living home for women recovering from opioid addiction and/or substance abuse. We are a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization based in Milwaukee, WI. Our primary clients are women recently released from the Wisconsin Department of Corrections, Roger’s Memorial Hospital or a detox center.
The goal of Samad’s House is to provide 120 days of intense programming to restructure the thought and action patterns of women that have lived in addiction for multiple years; working diligently to rebuild the mind, body, and spirit.
We offer the following client services: parenting skills, nutrition and wellness classes, family and individual counseling, AODA classes, educational development, child support resolution, court resolution, anger management, critical thinking, effective decision-making, budget management, time-management, budgeting and goal-setting.
Our dedicated staff and volunteers are the key components to our continued success and help us serve those in need.