FELLOWSHIP HOUSE MINISTRIES
466 Long Hill Road, Groton CT 06340 
Tel: 860-448-3400 Fax: 860-448-6115

Fellowship House Ministries is dedicated to assisting incarcerated person and persons in recovery from substance abuse and addictive behaviors (including the duly diagnosed) and their families.

Mission Statement

Fellowship House Ministries is called to:

Live our faith in response to the Biblical directives to serve those in need.
Act as a resource that will improve the quality of life within our community.
Provide need-sensitive transitional housing for persons reentering society.
Encourage our clients to make responsible life choices.
Function as an efficient, effective business meeting the needs of our clients, staff, and community.       

Our Goals

To provide shelter in a positive, drug-free and alcohol-free environment.
To act as a liaison with other human-service agencies. 
To provide guidance in the development and implementation of needed life skills.
To offer clients the time and support necessary to address the issues that placed them at the fringes of society.

The Results

In 1985 we started the outreach to families by sponsoring Prison Fellowship's "Project Angel Tree" in Connecticut,
which provides Christmas gifts to the children of incarcerated parents. 
In 1990, we opened Fellowship House, an 11-bed work-release program for persons recently released from prison.
In 1996, we opened 6 apartments dedicated to persons in recovery from substance abuse.
In 1998, we opened Hamilton House, a 14-bed sober living rooming house. 

Support

Fellowship House Ministries is supported through charitable donations, gifts, grants, and client fees. We welcome support from all sources that recognize the need for our services and are willing to give to further our goals.

If you would like to make a donation to us please send it to: FHM Donations, 466 Long Hill Road, Groton, CT 06340

Referrals

Referrals to the ministry come from other ministries, human service agencies, in-patient treatment programs, and community justice agencies.