Our founding goal is to help women achieve lifelong recovery from alcohol and substance use by providing residents a safe space for learning to live free from substances and the triggers of past "people, places and playgrounds," while allowing them the dignity to come and go as needed during growth in recovery within respectful boundaries for roommates to maintain a foundation of stability and accountability.

Recognizing the lack of affordable housing for women in recovery that embraces an independent focus within a peer-supported living community, Mr. and Mrs. Miller decided to pass forward the blessings received through the gift of recovery by restoring their first home for the benefit of other women making a positive life change. The opposite of addiction is connection and women exiting residential treatment programs with higher levels of monitoring need a Level Two option for safe and supported transition toward independent living. 


The Millers believe that investing in human capital yields the greatest reward and has a ripple effect in the community. The Miller House operates on a strong foundation of ethics and policies with the aim of securing a reputation within the Metro-Atlanta area as an integral resource in the community for women in recovery. Anthony is a United States Marine Corps Veteran and Mrs. Miller is a Nationally Certified Recovery Coach Professional with strong ties to the Cobb and Metro-Atlanta area recovery network and is humbled to be able to share the Promises of Sobriety with other women.

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From our First Lady of TMH Alumni:  "Thank You, Beth for allowing me to enter your home.  I did my best to treat your home as my own.  This opportunity was so pivotal in my journey to living a sober God-led happy life!  I will never forget your kindness and help in my transition.  I love you!  Continued prayers for you and your family and much success on The Miller House."

Dear Beth,
I am writing to you as the mother of a child who has been on a journey thru hell for the majority of her adult life, to thank you for the home, opportunity, environment, and support your recovery house has provided her.  It is refreshing to find a facility and people, nestled and hidden within the maze of recovery solutions,  that actually cares and understand this journey, and are there to relate to and help women to find a better path and direction in their lives.

I am so very proud that my daughter has finally found the direction and “will”  she needs to follow, not only in her heart and soul but in finding the tribe and the tools she needs to help her keep on winning.  It means not only a lot to her, but also to her family, and I know you understand this challenging, difficult journey.  The environment is essential and  I know that once she is able to secure better employment, her journey will get easier and she will be in a position to not only live a better life for herself but to help others to live one as well.   She is a bright, intelligent, thoughtful human being, with a wealth of experience, knowledge, and love to share with family, friends, employers, fellow journeymen, and others, like herself,  that experience the challenges of sober living.

I am so thankful that God guided us to your site on the Internet, and that there was room in your “home”. I hope that in the future, our family will be able to find ways to contribute to the continued success and growth of THE MILLER HOUSE. 
With sincere thanks.

At The Miller House, we know that every recovery journey is different and our founding goal is to provide support to women seeking lifelong recovery from alcohol and substance use.  Having a home that is free from alcohol and substance use is essential to that goal and The Miller House clients may rest easy knowing they are safe among peers who share a sober lifestyle.

The Miller House is owned and operated by a woman with years of sobriety who cares about providing residents a safe space for learning to live free from substances and the triggers of past "people, places and playgrounds," while allowing them the dignity to come and go as they wish within respectful boundaries for roommates and maintaining a foundation of stability and accountability.

We offer our private bedrooms in an affordable home environment with regular support from a Nationally Certified Recovery Coach Professional with solid sobriety and a strong recovery network to provide continued guidance for maintaining long-term sobriety.

Initial program agreement can be 3, 6 or 12 months with renewal options for up to 2 years.


Click to apply and learn more about how our house can help you do the next right thing today for your recovery path tomorrow.

Recovery Services

  • Weekly Community Meetings centered on Recovery Wellness Plan & the Social Model of Recovery.

  • Recovery meetings in the neighborhood

  • Community resources available-food/clothing, therapists, medical, etc.

  • Zumba & Y12SR (12 step yoga) offered weekly.

  • Random Drug Screening & upon application-release to receive results if being tested by treatment program.

  • Life Skills Development including: physical and emotional wellness, parenting, career, communication & financial.


  • Stores, restaurants, dentist & doctor in walking distance

  • Houses of Worship within walking distance

  • On bus line

  • 2 miles from local Aquatic Center & Silver Comet Trail

  • Bike & walk friendly neighborhood

  • Local AA/NA & Celebrate Recovery meetings within 5 minutes drive

  • Recovery Center Organization located 8 miles away

  • Ridgeview Institute located 15 minutes away

Program Requirements

  • Complete abstinence from alcohol & drugs, including non-prescribed pharmaceuticals.

  • Participation in weekly house meetings (1 hour) and reciprocal peer support.

  • Attend 12-step/other recovery meetings regularly and work with a sponsor/recovery coach/mentor.

  • Reference letter from substance treatment program.

  • Engage in a minimum of 20 hours per week in IOP, Job/School or Volunteer activities.

  • Follow Aftercare Requirements.

  • Cooperate with roommates in household upkeep.

  • Vote on and participate in monthly house pride project (2 hours).

What to Bring

  • Clothing & Toiletries

  • Initial groceries

  • Cell phone, ID & Insurance card

  • Any prescribed medications and/or analgesics=lock boxes are provided.

  • Items to personalize your room – photographs, books, pictures, etc.

All applicants should come willing to function as part of a community and embrace a recovery lifestyle.


The Miller House is fully furnished with equipped kitchen and we provide all bedding, linens, pillows, and towels as well as individual lock boxes to secure prescribed medication and valuables.


Multiple shared living spaces including stocked library & game room along with private backyard

and front serenity garden.

Program fees include all utilities.