LIFE House Noblesville
Founder & Director
Amy Chaudion met her husband Kyle in 2012, while attending an AA meeting. As they continued their journey in recovery, many conversations were had about the importance of “giving back”, because they had received so much support from others. A dream became reality in 2016, when they purchased a home in Noblesville, with the goal to provide a safe environment for addicts upon being released from incarceration. Kyle, owning a construction business, began “gutting” the house, and building it into a home where they could live and raise their children.
Today, attached to the home are two units which house women coming from jails, prisons, and the community, with the desire to find freedom from drugs and alcohol. The first resident moved in, March, 2017. Since then, 55 women have come through LIFEhouse. The average stay is 6 months to a year. What started with 4 beds, has grown to 12 in three short years.
Amy is the driving force at LIFEhouse. She is a graduate of Indiana Wesleyan with a degree in Human Services. Very active in the recovery community in Noblesville, Amy takes a proactive approach to help others struggling with addiction.
we provide safe, supportive, and affordable housing.
rides are provided for residents to and from work, outside counseling, AA and NA meetings, church, and service work activities.
It is the mission of LIFEhouse to provide safe, caring, and affordable housing for women coming from jails, prisons, and communities, with the desire to find freedom from drugs and alcohol.