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Transitional Housing Support for Substance Abuse Recovery

The Wenholz House

Corpus Christi Safe Place House, Inc. nonprofit 501(c) 3 corp.  dba.  
The Wenholz House

Executive Director

Anthony K. Turner

1200 10th St, Corpus Christi, TX 78404
+1 (361) 452 - 0591
Director: Richard Santellana

Wenholz Women's House

301 King St, Corpus Christi, TX 78401
+1 (361) 883 - 8677
Director: Adeline Lopez

Our Mission

The Wenholz House mission is to help adults in recovery so they may regain and maintain stability and independence, reenter and retain jobs in the workforce, and learn to live clean and sober lives free from addiction.

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The Wenholz House recovery homes provide housing and living quarters for individuals that possess a strong desire for reintegration into our local community. People in substance abuse recovery, feel the need to stay with one another to offer support, stay sober, and continue working on their program. Wenholz House provides safety, sobriety, and support for souls in need seeking a sober living environment, which is an important part of any recovery program. Wenholz House coalitions with many agency's including treatment and mental health centers so residents with a common desire for sobriety can support one another in a spiritual program of recovery.

More About Us


The Wenholz House (2004) and Wenholz Women's House (2009)

provides transitional housing and support services to residents so they may regain and maintain stability, reenter the workforce, and live clean and sober lives free from addiction.


We are a spiritual program for substance abuse recovery.  We provide a safe, structured, and supported sober living environment to adult men and women in recovery from drug and alcohol addictions. As a Coastal Bend program specializing in supportive housing for adults in addiction recovery.


We are funded by churches, private donors, humanitarian groups, area foundations, and through generous gifts received on the Coastal Bend Day of Giving. Residents with an appropriate recovery time period and employment are expected to pay a modest weekly rent. Our live-in staff guides residents as they seek appropriate aftercare, attend recovery meetings, secure employment, and reunify with family, friends, and community.  


Food is free 


Residents come from families, churches, hospitals, detox, treatment facilities, and many other agencies.



 "Safety, Sobriety, and Support"  


Wenholz House men's facility is an approved Alternate Housing Resource for the Texas Dept. of Criminal Justice.


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