Founded in 2011 the mission of Angel House of Georgia, Inc. is to empower women to move from active alcohol and drug addiction to a life in recovery as productive members of society. We are GARR (Georgia Association of Recovery Residence) and THOR (Transitional Housing Offender Reentry) approved and work closely with the court system to offer a safe and structured environment for women age eighteen and older that battle addiction to alcohol/drugs.

The disease of addiction is painful and often deadly. Our goal is to provide these women with a second chance at life so that they are able to live a life in recovery. Also, our mission is to give the community back its’ daughters, mothers, sisters, and friends. At Angel House, the women begin to heal so that they may become active in the lives of their families again.

The twelve month residential program consists of three primary components:

  • A safe, supportive, structured, and drug and alcohol free living environment. The resident is immersed in sobriety as a way of life and is surrounded by a group of peers all with the common goal of acquiring and maintaining sobriety.
  • Through participation in the recovery community and working a twelve step program residents begin to develop a sense of ownership for their recovery.

Women who struggle with addiction often battle a variety of other issues that have negatively impacted their life and in order to achieve long-term recovery, these must be addressed. Along with the substance abuse services we offer, we also partner with local organizations. We offer assistance with employment searching, personal growth, provide opportunities for them to obtain their GED and assist them in going to college. While in the program, participants develop weekly, monthly, and life-long goals.

Many of the graduates of our program have seen their lives restored. They have regained custody of their children and mended family relationships. They hold steady jobs, are active in the local recovery community, and are furthering their education.  While in active recovery, these women set a strong example to those around them. They show that with faith and community one can overcome any obstacle. Angel House believes that each person relieved of drug and alcohol addiction helps to create a strong, more vibrant community.

Angel House of Georgia holds accreditations with these organizations:

National Association of Recovery Residences- NARR

Georgia Association of Recovery Residences- GARR

State Board of Pardons and Paroles. Listed on THOR Directory at Recovery Residence

Georgia Addiction Counselors Association Member- GACA

National Addiction Counselor Association Member – NAADAC