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Dedicated Leadership

Our Counselors are responsible for developing a recovery plan that best suits our resident’s individual needs. Our Substance Abuse Counselors act as trusted advisors and are very instrumental in helping our residents fight their addiction and to live a life of recovery with a new found sense of purpose and self and begin on their journey to a clean life.

Our residents attend daily Alcoholic/Narcotic Anonymous meetings, and are very active in their “home community”, which is a vital part of their recovery.

Michelle Ingram, CPC, B.S.

House Manager, Professional Life Coach, has the passion to help woman with the disease of addiction. She has a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. She is also currently pursuing her Master’s Degree.  Her vision is to empower and encourage recovery through spiritual principles and the practical applications of the 12 steps. She has over 15 years of professional experience in therapeutic settings. Her expertise qualifies her to teach life skills development, health & wellness, financial management, and workforce development skills. Through the years God has guided her to help and support people that could not help themselves. She is a former Program Director/Supervisor at a transitional living campus in Columbus, GA for people with the disease of addiction.

Mary Benton , MS

Mary has worked in residential facilities for 3 years. She has worked with populations from various walks of life. She has a passion for helping youth, adolescents, and young adults to deal with their traumas, co dependencies, mental illnesses, low self-esteem, self-harm, and grief.  Her calling has always been to help people in a nonjudgmental, healing and passionate way.  Mary feels that it is not our place to judge others, but to help them by using our God given gifts and talents. Through her love of Jesus Christ she has planted seeds into the hearts of many, helping them see their self-worth. She has a Master’s of Science in Professional Counseling . She graduated in October of 2016. Her other degrees include a Bachelors  of Art in Speech Communications, A minor in Art, and a Medical Coding Certification.

Frances Sikes

Frances, Housemanager, is a lifelong resident of Henry County with a passion for  empowering women struggling with the disease of addiction. She has over three strong years of sobriety and is a firm believer in the 12 Steps of AA/NA and the spiritual principles which they represent. Her emphasis is on the spiritual dimension of the recovery process and the practical application of the 12 Steps. Through her own personal and professional experience she has seen that God can do for those who cannot do for themselves. She is a former Resident Assistant at Talbot recovery campus in Atlanta where she worked with the women in the young adult program.