Saturday, June 30, 2012
The Hansen Foundation's objective is to help recovering addicts by assisting those in need to access treatment. The Hansen Foundation owns and operates three Serenity Houses, supportive sober-living houses in South Jersey. The Serenity Houses treat each resident as an individual with her or his own unique circumstances in order to help them sustain a life in recovery.
The Hansen Family
Through their own family struggles during Jennifer's 10-year battle with drug addiction, Roger, Edwina, Jennifer and Erika Hansen recognized the need to address the lack of affordable, long-term residential treatment facilities in their community for people seeking to change their lives through recovery.
The Hansen Foundation was formed to support Jennifer's dream to open such a facility, hence, the Hansen House in Galloway Township, New Jersey was born. Hansen House for Men opened its doors in 2004. Hansen House for Women opened in 2006. Hansen House is currently owned and operated by Hendricks House of Vineland, NJ. For more information about Hansen House, click HERE.
Erika, Roger, Edwina & Jennifer Hansen
In 2007, the foundation established its first Serenity House, a restorative sober-living residence for women in Absecon, New Jersey, and in 2011, Serenity House Meadows in Pleasantville, New Jersey opened, as well as The Randy Scarborough House for Men in Somers Point, NJ (a division of Serenity House).
For more information about Serenity House and The Randy Scarborough House,
visit website HERE.