About Our Mission
House of Timothy is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit Christ-centered residential regeneration program helping young adult men who struggle with physical, sexual, psychological, spiritual trauma, alcohol and drug addiction, pornography and sexual addiction. Founded by Dr. Willie Montague in 2015, this 12 month program consists of a rigorous work schedule, class work, group and individual counseling, and administration and implementation of spiritual practices.
We work actively and intentionally to provide an environment that fosters spiritual formation in the lives of all participants, both staff and residents. Through research and spiritual growth we have developed a holistic approach that incorporates mind, body, spirit and community.
The House of Timothy is a nonprofit organization that concentrates its practices towards the regeneration of men who need a second chance at work and life in a community
environment. We operate by providing guidance to these individuals as they begin their journey towards a life of renewed perspective and progress.
As a 12- month Christian regeneration program for young men between the ages of 18 and 25, we want to work with each young man entrusted to us by:
Encouraging them in their spiritual, emotional, mental, social and physical growth
Providing opportunities for them to become assets rather than liabilities - givers rather than takers
Instilling a profound yet enthusiastic work ethic
The House of Timothy prides itself on functioning as a family in a positive Christian environment that seeks to hold their brothers up when they’ve fallen, so that in this way they can mend and build the strength to provide a helping hand to the next in line. Our ultimate goal is for these young men to have a second chance at a fresh start apart from a life stricken with drugs, addictions, and violence.
"All Scripture is breathed out by
God and profitable for teaching,
for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, equipped for every good work."