The House of Miracles is a recovery residence
for chemically dependent women.
The Director of the recovery program and owner of the House is Rebecca Dewitt. She purchased the House and established the recovery program in 2010 after recognizing a critical need for residential support services for chemically dependent women in the Blount County and surrounding area.
Women enter the House of Miracles trapped in the pain, suffering and self-destruction of active addiction. The mission of the House of Miracles is to provide them with access to the resources they need to be drug and alcohol free, and to engage in the rewarding practice of successful recovery.
Rebecca Dewitt has dedicated the past decade to the process of successful recovery from chemical dependence, both personally and professionally. Rebecca purchased the House of Miracles facility and developed the residential recovery program in 2010. She has a passionate commitment to supporting chemically dependent women as they make transition from active addiction to the practice of successful recovery.
Dr. Worley Fain
Dr. Worley Fain is a licensed psychologist specializing in treatment of alcohol and drug dependence. He received his master’s degree in rehabilitation counseling from the University of Tennessee Knoxville, and his doctorate in human development counseling from George Peabody College of Vanderbilt University. Dr. Fain founded and served as the director of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Alcohol and Drug Recovery Center. For the past 15 years he has conducted a private practice in psychology in Maryville, TN. He co-leads a weekly process group, and provides individual counseling services for women at the House of Miracles.
Brittany has a rare balance of organizational and interpersonal skills. She maintains a positive, caring environment at the House of Miracles. Brittany is a Miracle devoted to helping recovering woman realize they are Miracles.
Interest in spiritual development as a key element in the recovery process.