William's House

A place to Grow.

people are experiencing homelessness in North Fulton County

of Americans are one missed paycheck away from situational poverty

our mission

Empowering families in recovery experiencing situational poverty to work a track toward self-sufficiency.

our vision

At William’s House, we envision a world where all people are empowered to be the best version of themselves.

our dream

An assessment center designed around vocational rehabilitation, recovery, counseling, and empowerment.

Our Story

Our journey began in July of 2020 when Chuck Milton came to William Brust with a vision: A homeless shelter focused on serving situational homeless men in the Roswell/North Fulton area.

Meanwhile, William had long pondered ways to help the homeless community. He envisioned a shelter structured around Abraham Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, a shelter which would provide for the client’s physical needs before encouraging them toward pursuing greater education, vocational training, and self-empowerment.

These two visions came together to form William’s House, a recovery center designed to empower families in recovery experiencing situational homelessness to work a track to self-sufficiency.

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March 17, 2021
Chuck and William Meet Commissioner Bob Ellis
Chuck and William Meet Commissioner Bob Ellis