ABOUT HOUSE OF T.I.M.E., INC.
Located in Columbus, Ga. House of T.I.M.E., Inc., is a non-profit that provides long-term residential treatment to women who are homeless and are struggling with substance abuse. Before entering treatment, women must be detoxed and have a clean drug screen.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
According to the facility’s website, residents typically stay at House of T.I.M.E., Inc. for nine to 24 months. However, clients must make a nine-month commitment.
The treatment center helps clients address things such as sexual, physical, and emotional abuse, along with lack of education and poor health care. The center aims to teach clients life the skills needed for independent living.
The residential program is comprised of three phases. During the first phase, residents are expended to attend at least four weeks of structured day and evening treatment. Intensive addiction treatment needs and general health concerns are addressed during this phase.
During phase two, clients are told to find employment while still participate in structured day and evening programs. Residents are required to go to at least six meetings per weeks. Clients in this phase are also taught about working and saving money. Residents must open a savings account and deposit part of her income into the account.
Residents in phase three should be paying rent, utility, and food bills while learning to budget. Women in this phase should be ready for independent living, and will obtain housing with the help of a residential management.
The treatment center’sis another six months. During this program, clients are mentored by an aftercare manager and life skills counselor to help with the transition to normal life.
The facility’s website notes the treatment team at House of T.I.M.E.S. includes two primary counselors, a residential management, clinical coordinator, and a life skills counselor. The center also has a licensed therapist assistant and a GED teacher on contract.
The three alumni polled by Best-rehabs.com at the time of this writing gave five, four, and three out of five stars respectively for the staff’s level of training and experience.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
The center’s website indicates residents live in traditional houses or apartments, which are shared with four to seven other women. The residents share chores such as cooking, cleaning, and other household duties.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
Of the three alumni surveyed by Best-rehabs.com at the time of this writing, two provided positive feedback, while one alum left a mixed review.
Two alumni gave five out of five stars when asked if they would recommend House of T.I.M.E., Inc. and for the center’s treatment effectiveness. “I am an addict that this program, gave me a chance and have taught me how to live, without to use of drugs and alcohol,” C.J. wrote in a representative review.
The other alum gave three stars for treatment effectiveness and four stars when asked if they would recommend the treatment center. The alum complained about favoritism, but also praised the center. “This place can help you turn your life around if you do as you are suppose to.”
To date, the 14 individuals who left reviews on the facility’s Facebook page, which they have the ability to manage, provided an average 4.8 out of five stars. 
Many alumni praised the center on Facebook and credited the staff and center with saving their lives. “This is the place I got my life back Thank God for the staff that coach me through my long year that I spent there trying to get my soberity and it paid off I got my life back,”alum Susie wrote in a representative review.
According to the facility’s website, there is not cost to individuals entering House of Time’s program. After a client is employed during Phase II, they are required to give 30 percent of their paycheck back to the treatment center. The money is used to defray the cost of Phase 1 clients.