2023: a year of growth and gratitude

We would like to recognize the following for their
faithfulness and support all year long.


David Jones – Board Chair 
David Hettinger – Treasurer
The Rev. Suzie Johnston – Secretary
Sherrie Cavin
Angela Deane
Angie Goode

Mike Harper
Leslie Hotzfeld
Dr. George Mathews
Doug Ralls
Dr. Jane Roach
Olivia Smith – Founder

Donor acknowledgement

The following graciously provided $1,000.00 or more in gifts in 2023. We are also grateful for all those who chose to give anonymously.

A special thank you to our monthly givers, the Lightkeepers,
as well as The 2023 Welcome Home Patrons Circle.

We are also incredibly grateful for everyone who provided groceries, community dinners,
ran errands, led meditations, and planned enrichment activities
for the women of Healing Housing!

We couldn’t do this without you.

Program Partners

A Step Ahead
Amy Hodges-Hamilton and students of Belmont
Body and Soul Pantry
Bright Horse Counseling
Community Resource Center
Donna Durham
Faithfully Restored
Hazel House
Hope Smiles Dental
Jeff Browning, LCSW
Kathy Benson, LADC
Kemp Dental
Lisa Anderson, LCSW

Mercy Community Healthcare
New Moon Rising
Ramona Reid, The Frequency Center
Southern Serenity Dental Spa
Stephanie Berglund
The Gaia Center
The Giving Garden
Uprise Nashville
Williamson County Health Department
Williamson County Prevention Coalition
Willows Health & Recovery
Worley Nutrition

2023 Financials

A Word from our Executive Director

Change is a word that insights fear in those of us living with substance use disorder. However, at Healing Housing our strength increases, and fear of the unknown loses it is power over us when we walk hand in hand.  
2024 is all about change. On March 26th,  Healing Housing left the very houses that loved and sheltered over 200 women in Franklin, TN and purchased and moved into 4 brand new homes in the heart of west Nashville. Our program will continue to serve 18 women with wrap around supportive services, house 9 women in a less structured, step-down program and accommodate our full-service staff of 6 in an administrative building. 
In March we were awarded a grant from the state Opioid Abatement Council to support the opening of our first gender responsive IOP in collaboration with The Franklin Recovery Center in Franklin, TN. This Intensive Outpatient Program will allow us to offer our highly successful female based program to women in our greater community who need bridged care services without housing. 
These changes are exciting, intentional, and perfectly timed to expand our outreach efforts to serve more women in need. 

With gratitude,