William’s House, Inc.
Empowering families in recovery experiencing situational homelessness to work a track to self-sufficiency.
At William’s House, we envision a world without homelessness, where all people are empowered to be the best version of themselves.
A homeless shelter designed around vocational rehabilitation, recovery, counseling, and empowerment.
More than a place to stay, a place to grow.
No more homelessness in north Fulton.
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.