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To raise the standard of Mental health Care in the state of Florida from being last to first throughout America. We will actively serve, restore and help to stabilize people who suffer from mental illness due to drugs (Opioids) and alcohol addiction.

  To bring hope to the hopeless, to create a safe and peaceful environment, and to provide Activities of Daily Living (ADL) for clients who are mentally incapable of caring for themselves. (ROGTWM) believes that we can help restore a person back to optimal health through the love of God, implementing wellness to body, mind, and spirit.

Is based on biblical principles (Isaiah 58:6-11) “to loose the bands of wickedness, to remove the heavy burdens and to let the oppressed free, to break every yoke of bondage, to feed the hungry, to provide shelter to the homeless and clothe the naked.”
To remove the stigma of mental illness due to drugs (Opioids) and alcohol addiction. Also, to bring hope to those who are oppressed and depressed.

To treat our clients with dignity and respect, and provide services that are tailored to meet the needs of our clients. We will carry out these duties in a manner that glorifies God. We will do our utmost to ensure and optimize wellness and wholeness. We will collaborate and coordinate with healthcare workers psychiatrists, psychologists, MD, nurses, and counselors. 
Our hope is to see every mentally ill person in our care reach their full potential in becoming normal human beings in society.


Here is a snapshot of the Activities of this ministry through the years. 


   Rogtwm can only achieve its goal with the assistance of generous donors. Without these donations, serving those who are incapable to get safe housing on their own would not be possible. Since our organization relies on the generosity of individuals like you. We are asking you to consider a donation to our cause. We hope that you will continue to support our efforts. Thanks for your kind donation.


 Transitional Housing       &        Low-income housing