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Women at the Well Ministries

4.7 Excellent (2 Reviews) |
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4.7
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881 County Road 655
Athens, Tennessee 37303

Services

  • Private/Secluded

Facility Highlights

Loving Environment

Introduction to Jesus Christ

Long-Term Discipleship Training

Philosophy

Our ministry is for women with life-controlling problems: Using the Word of God, acknowledging Jesus Christ as Lord and living in obedience to His will, BREAKS the cycle of addiction.

Facility Center Details

  • Residential Treatment
  • Detox Services
  • Behavioral Disorder Treatment
  • Dual Diagnosis
  • Outpatient Services
  • Intensive Outpatient Services
  • Sober Living Home
  • Day School
  • Private Rooms
  • Pet Friendly
  • Exceptionally LGBT Friendly
  • Men Only
  • Women Only

Accreditation/License

  • CARF
  • JCAHO
  • ADP
  • NAATP

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Meet The Staff

Lisa Collier
Admissions Coordinator

L​isa graduated from Women at the Well on February 20, 2010. After completing a 6-month internship, God called her to a full-time residential staff position. Lisa then earned the certifications to teach Personal Studies for New Christians, Group Studies for New Christians, and also earned Biblical Counseling certification through the Teen Challenge International program. She is also a qualified Committed to Freedom Counselor. Lisa is a member of Joy Christian Fellowship in Charleston, Tennessee and very active in the Cleveland Emmaus Community. She is CPR certified and enjoys learning, laughter, and fellowship with the body of Christ. Lisa married Dean Collier on November 9, 2013 and they have precious son named Ezekiel, born on August 1, 2014.

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Robin nation
Executive Director

Robin Nation is the founder and director of Women at the Well Ministries. She and her husband are life-long residents of McMinn County. The vision for WATW came to Robin while working as the Sheriff's Secretary at the McMinn County Justice Center in 1994. Jail Ministry is where she accepted the call in this ministry. Robin is a member of Eastanallee Baptist Church in Riceville, Tennessee. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Christian Education from International College of Bible Theology, certified Temperment Counselor and Licensed Pastoral Counselor through the National Christians Counselors Association. Robin is certified in Personal Studies for New Christians, Committed to Freedom, and Biblical Counseling through the Teen Challenge International. She graduated March 15, 2014 from the Level III Emerging Leaders Program through the Teen Challenge Program. She is also CPR Certified. Her hobbies include spending time with her family, camping, biking, and walking.

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U people need to be reported to the state.the way you say you run your facility is not the way you really run it.you treat those women like their in boot camp.you cannot say it\'s in a godly way then treat them like their soldiers.i think I\'m gona be the one that reports you.i myself didn\'t attend your\"program\"but 3 people I know did and all 3 of them told me horrible things that went on there.your not there to help those women.your there for the money you receive from varies people.i wouldn\'t be surprised if it didn\'t go in your pocket and not toward the facility to help them
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This place is horrible. They are not as they seem. The way they run it is unfair and way too strict. You may say you\'re trying to help but the way you run it and treat these women is unGodly. You treat them as if they\'re in prison.
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Women at the Well is a great facility for any woman who is going through any life controlling issues. They are caring, supporting and loving. This program is solely based on donations. I have the up most respect for the these women and for the residents that go through this program. It is a structured faith based program that I believe Is what\'s needed for anyone overcoming any addiction. It all begins with the individual wanting the help and ultimately giving their life to Jesus Christ, through his grace you will be set free!
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4.7
Excellent
Be ready to be there for 18 months min and it is very structured. I knew in my heart Jesus Christ was the answer
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