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What is the Araminta House?


Araminta is the original birth name of Harriet Tubman: Conductor of the Underground Railroad after Harriet Tubman escaped from slavery, she returned to slave-holding states many times to help other slaves escape. She led them safely to the northern Free states and to Canada. The Araminta House is a home for restoration, recovery, refuge for women. 



Through our ARAMINTA HOUSE Life Beyond The Streets Inc. will directly provide up to two years of recovery housing, in a faith-based peer recovery community, with successful role models and opportunities for positive relationships, life skills training, and an opportunity for participants to support one another.  


ARAMINTA HOUSE provides peer recovery coaching and training to women suffering from addiction, abuse, past offences, and prostitution; and for women who have become victims of human trafficking.


Our ARAMINTA HOUSING program will serve as a center of refuge, recovery, and restoration for women in the Driving Park area in particular 43206 zip code of Columbus Ohio.


We Are In Need of the Following Items: 
  • 3 twin beds for recovery rooms

  • 9 sets of Sheets and bedding

  • 3 nightstands and 3 lamps

  • We need a clothing rack or a wardrobe

  • Televisions

  • Computers

  • Flatware and silverware​

  • Washcloths and towels

  • Toiletry

  • Disposable dishes

  • Round Table for the kitchen and chairs

  • Rectangular Table cloth

  • Desks

  • Swan’s Security System - Gift Registry at Lowes

  • Black, White, Gray, Shower Curtain


The drop-in center is a place where women who live on the street can come and receive a free hot meal free clothing a place to wash up hygiene bags and Sack lunches to go. They also have the opportunity to be linked and referred to proper professional resources such as (detox centers rehabilitation centers mental Health Services etc.) to help better their situation.

We also offer peer recovery coaching and coordinating services.We are located at 1725 East Main Street and we are open on Tuesdays from 6 to 8 p.m. we can arrange pickup and drop off for the ladies as well. we also have a Street ministry which is on Saturdays from 3 to 5 where we go out and we pass out hygiene bags, prayer, and Sack lunches to women on the street


Hello, my name is Khaleeqa Sadiika. I was born and raised on the eastside of Columbus Ohio. I graduated from Wilmington High School in 2000, and studied at Wilmington College for three years majoring in Criminal Justice and Computer Science. After which I began a seven-year battle with homelessness, prostitution, addiction and untreated mental health issues. I was influenced to change my life through an unexpected pregnancy, I was able to overcome my problems and issues by receiving effective assistance and services that helped me transform my life into a positive direction.