Our organization was birthed in the environment of a cold jail cell because of women’s suffering with no hope, resource, or knowledge about how to get clean and sober. In 2007, we opened our first home in Hampton, GA. However, our four beds were not enough to care for the many women struggling to stay clean and sober. By 2009, we formed a therapeutic community on 5 acres with two beautiful homes in McDonough, GA. This new location was tucked away and designed to give our women a safe place to rediscover who they are and heal from past trauma associated with chemical dependency. Most of our success stories share the common theme: women working through stages of addiction by use of programming, 12 twelve principles, sponsorship, education, and spiritual principles.
We follow guidelines of the 12 steps principles of AA/NA and provide a 24-hour supervision in a structured residential setting for ten women in our therapeutic community which can last anywhere from six to twelve months. We are a faith-based organization with a recovery based program designed to bring healing, wholeness, and restoration.