House of Mercy
Supportive, Clean and Sober Living for Transformation & Restoration.
“…I was a stranger and you took me in.”
House of Mercy is committed to healing our culture by restoring the lives of men in transition, through safe, supportive housing, leadership training and discipleship. Our work is rebuilding lives and raising up the foundations of many generations. (Isaiah 58:12)
- Established (18+ Years)
- Safe Environment
- Pastoral Counseling
- Peer Counseling
- Employment Referrals
- Leadership Training
- Life skills Classes
- Structured Shared Living
Providing shared housing in the following areas: Bellingham, Des Moines, Tacoma, Seattle, SeaTac, Tukwila, Spokane, Yakima
Based in Washington State, House of Mercy is a non-profit Ministry, established in 2005 by Sr. Pastor Bob Faulk.
He began by visiting the prisons with a message of hope to those incarcerated, eventually he opened his home to those being released with no where to go.
The ministry has grown to numerous residential shared housing locations, serving hundreds of men annually throughout Washington State.
Who We Serve:
House of Mercy continues Bob’s mission by offering a “home” to men in our community in need of a second chance.
We help men build sustainable lives for themselves and their families by creating an atmosphere of transformation and tolerance to remove the hindering stigmas that accompany incarceration, homelessness, mental illness and substance abuse disorders.
We offer a “hand up” rather than a “hand out” by providing faith-based structured, stable and supportive housing where they can begin the process of healing and restoration.
Our goal is for them to resume their God-given roles as fathers, husbands, sons, brothers and friends and leaders.
The most important factor in recovery and anti-recidivism is having community support. Experienced peers can help one another navigate unexpected obstacles. Knowing that you are not alone in your struggles brings encouragement and inspiration.
Many men today haven’t found positive examples to help them understand what leadership is. They struggle to understand what it means to be fathers, husbands and sons and to find their purpose in society.
Our networks, and long term reputation, mean we have employer connections that are willing to work with people in transition without judgement. Nearly 500 individuals a year go through the program constantly expanding our networks.
Clean & Sober
There is strength in numbers, and living among a group of people sharing common interests to move forward in life, brings accountability and understanding to struggles with addiction. Having a roommate and regulatory UAs increases accountability and responsibility to a community.
Hours of Operation
MON – FRI
9:00am –5:00 pm
We are closed
Drop Us a Line
Don’t be shy. Let us know if you have any questions!