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About Micah Project

In June 2017, we got a call that no family ever wants to receive. Your loved one has overdosed and is in the ICU, on life support. We were lucky. Our family member is still with us. In the process of working toward recovery, we identified that recovery housing is an important piece to bridging the gap between treatment and community living.

We are a non-profit organization that provides this important transitional step between treatment and independence in the community. This home is for women in recovery and follows a peer support model. This means that at a minimum, the women who provide our programming are living in recovery. In addition to their personal recovery journeys, our mentors also have expertise and specialized training as Recovery Coaches and Peer Support Specialists. All of our treatment team members are also trained in proper use of Narcan.