Who We Are
The Julie Adams House was named to honor two people, Julie and Adam, who lost their struggles with addiction. In their memory, our cause is about assisting women with similar struggles.
Our mission is to enhance the emotional, social and spiritual health of women afflicted with addiction by providing an affordable, safe, clean and sober environment.
The Julie Adams House offers a 4-phase rehabilitation program, lasting a minimum of 6 months. The only requirements for admission are all women must be 18 years or older and come to us with a desire to stay sober. For more information, visit our Program page.
The Julie Adams House is funded solely by donations, fundraising, and the rent that Phase Two residents pay each month. If you want to assist Julie Adams House through donations, then please visit our Giving page.
Finally, take part with us in the events throughout the year, from sports to holiday parties and everything in between. We would love to have you! You can visit our Community page for details on our events.
About Our Staff
The Julie Adams House is peer run by the women. Also, we have two Directors in the office and two appointed House Mothers who oversee the residents and house.
“Before coming to the Julie Adams House, I never thought I could get sober. I had been to rehab many times, so I wasn’t optimistic. Being able to live at the house while I went back to work gave me the structure and foundation that has shaped my whole life. I have a new life that I never would have imagined before and it wouldn’t have been possible without my time there.” Sarah Y. (30 months sober)
“Julie Adams House is a beautiful place with beautiful women, and thanks to all of them, I am now ready to face the world. I am so blessed to have lived here, learned here, grown here, and begun my journey of life being sober.” R.C. (15 months sober)