Located in Williamson County, Healing Housing provides residential, sober living for women in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. Our mission is to empower women in recovery to live independent, sober lives.
Healing Housing embraces the Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous philosophy of recovery and requires participants to be active members in those programs.
Participants are required to pay weekly fees, participate in weekly house meetings, meet with AA/NA sponsors, participate in any continued therapy program, and are assigned household chores. 60% of the weekly fee is allocated to a savings program that participants receive back upon successful completion of the program (minimum 6 months).
- Access to counseling
- Life skills training
- Savings program
- Individualized healing plan
- Required outside employment
- Money management & budgeting
- Mandatory guided 12-step work
- Opportunity for weekly Bible study
- Community involvement
- Alumni Program
To protect and maintain anonymity, the location of our organization is not published or publicized.