Bethesda House has, for the last 25 years, served women by offering a safe environment to build self esteem, find out their true identity (the one they were born to have) and to recover from substance abuse.
The House has a population of no more than twelve women at one time. Some rooms are divided for privacy, while others accommodate roommates.
Beds are available on a first-come-first-serve basis. 912-283-8580.
Kind and compassionate people will take your calls and help you navigate the very first steps into recovery.
1. Application Process
2. Financial Expectations
3. Legal Issues
Women who have been assessed to have a substance abuse disorder or an alcohol abuse disorder.
Women ages 21 and up who are in stable good health, mentally and physically. Those who have been court-ordered to get residential help may apply. Women who can walk for thirty minutes, climb stairs and do not require a special diet are eligible to apply.
Women who have a stable mental health diagnosis and are not take antipsychotic medicines, sleeping pills or anti anxiety medicines may apply.
You will be surrounded by women who are committed to recovery. You will have a private space and joint space to build your own recovery. The maximum residential population is twelve. The resident ratio to counselor is one to six. Peer coaches are available to each resident.
We offer an online application for your convenience. Following the received application, a telephone interview is required. Once this process is finished, if you are on probation or parole, we will request a conversation with your PO and upon their approval you will be given a date for arrival.