“You were born with potential.
You were born with goodness and trust.
You were born with ideals and dreams.
You were born with greatness.
You were born with wings.
You are not meant for crawling, so don’t.
You have wings.
Learn to use them and fly.”

― Rumi

A House of Healing for Women

The McCoy House Extended Care for Women offers a tranquil place for women to reflect on the past, live in the present and plan for the future. It is a spacious two-story home with vaulted ceilings and an abundance of natural light, nestled on seven and a half wooded acres.

We provide a safe and secure place to start the life-long journey of recovery. Emphasis is placed on unity within the home, working a 12-step program, and being responsible and self-supporting.

Our Mission

Restoring hope to a renewed life is the heart of our mission at The McCoy House. We firmly believe in the transformative power of hope, witnessing its profound impact every day as it guides each of our women towards a life of purpose, fulfillment, and lasting sobriety.

In transitioning from inpatient treatment to our home, women often find themselves in need of a space for emotional recovery and healing. The journey through inpatient treatment can be likened to emotional boot camp or open-heart surgery—intense and transformative, yet leaving behind wounds that need time to heal. At The McCoy House, we recognize the necessity for this transition period in a safe environment. Instead of returning home with open wounds, our residents find sanctuary here, where they can process their experiences, receive support, and gradually rebuild themselves.

While sober living homes are often perceived solely as places for recovering addicts to reside with support and guidance, The McCoy House transcends this notion. It’s not just a place of residence; it’s a sanctuary of healing. Within our four walls, women discover more than just support—they find a community that understands their journey, respects their struggles, and believes in their potential. It’s a space where they can not only rebuild their lives but also rediscover their sense of self-worth and purpose. 

We prioritize offering comforts that affirm the dignity and self-worth of our women. They are deserving of more than just a roof overhead; they deserve an environment adorned with nice things—comfortable mattresses, soft linens, and pretty furnishings. These amenities aren’t just indulgences; they’re essential components of their journey towards healing and the restoration of hope.

We believe in the power of positive energy to shape our reality. We envision a world where women embrace their inherent worthiness, understanding that self-respect and kindness pave the way for a life filled with promise and possibility.

We advocate for compassion towards those battling addiction, emphasizing the need to direct frustration towards the disease, not the individual.

Despite being hailed as a ‘best-kept secret,’ we aspire for broader recognition, not for accolades, but to extend our transformative work to more women in need. Ours is a vision of hope, a guiding light illuminating the path towards a future brimming with potential for all who seek it. 

The McCoy House is where healing begins and hope flourishes. 

New From the McCoy House

We invite you to join us in supporting our fundraiser to build a chapel on the grounds of The McCoy House Extended Care for Women. Recovery is deeply rooted in spirituality, a journey of connecting with our inner selves rather than relying on external sources for happiness. This chapel will provide a sacred space for reflection and spiritual growth, helping residents to align with their true path and find lasting peace and fulfillment. By fostering an environment of inner healing, we believe that every individual can discover the happiness that comes from within, leading to a more meaningful and sustained recovery. Your support will help us create a sanctuary where this vital aspect of the recovery journey can flourish.

Our thrift store just got a big upgrade! We are in the process of moving to a larger store and couldn’t be more excited about it. Click below to learn more. 

Success Stories

“The McCoy House not only gave me a place to heal, it gave me my life back. In the 14 months I lived there, it became a home to me and a place I will always return to. I learned new things about myself as well as rediscovered pieces of myself that I had forgotten. I was so lost and so down, and truly learned to love myself while I was there. I had never had self-esteem and always wondered why life had to be so hard. At McCoy I learned that life is only hard if we do not trust God and ourselves. I will never forget the women there who helped me and will always come back to help others just the same. McCoy saved my life and gave me the safe space I needed to heal and thrive.”
– Katie G

“The McCoy House was a vital place for me and the beginning of my recovery. It gave me a safe place to learn about living sober. The accountability & responsibility The McCoy House taught me has carried me through my almost six years of recovery. The friends I made have and always will hold a special place in my heart. I was given hope, strength & courage at the McCoy House. I truly will never be able to repay The McCoy House for all it gave to me.” – Laya W.

“The McCoy House has given me a second chance at learning how to live life again. Living in such a beautiful, calm, and safe environment, along with women who hold the same ideals and priorities, has strengthened and encouraged me. It’s wonderful to be a part of the world today!” – Liz W. 

“The McCoy House has provided the continuity, fellowship, structure, and security  to make positive progress toward a life free of alcohol.  I was able to embrace the gentle lessons that I learned here and have a safe place to make my life choices.  I feel hope and joy again. I am learning who I am and I am beginning to enjoy my authentic self again.” – Diane A

“The McCoy House showed me that living a sober life is fun and full of excitement. l learned to enjoy the little things of life and finally be my authentic self again! The art classes we had really helped me regain my confidence and let go of my identity in being “perfect”. The McCoy House will always have a very special place in my heart and I don’t know where I would be today without it.” – Miranda D.