Williamson County's first and only nonprofit sober living community for women.
A COMMUNITY-BASED SOLUTION
to the Community-Wide Problem of Addiction
Healing Housing is Williamson County's first and only nonprofit sober living community for women healing from alcohol and drug addiction. Located in Franklin, TN and opened in early 2017, our two homes provide a supportive, affordable residential recovery environment where women who have completed treatment can continue to recover and thrive.
Healing Housing is a faith-based program rooted in evidence-based practices and 12 step recovery principles. We are currently able to house up to twelve residents in a peaceful setting where participants can experience transformative, sustainable recovery. During the six month program, participants have access to healthcare, counseling, financial literacy training, employment and community building.
In just over two years, Healing Housing has served more than 80 women and celebrated 20 graduations from our 6-month residential program. Of the 40 women who have resided with us this year, 90% of them have remained sober during their participation. We are also home to a growing sisterhood of alumnae providing ongoing support for lifelong recovery.
Healing Housing offers Williamson County's only safe and affordable sober living option for women who are ready to take the next step in leading healthy, independent lives.