Penfield Christian Homes — Main Campus

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1061 Mercer Circle
Union Point, GA 30669
7064537929 Visit Website
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Treatment Insights

For more than 30 years, Penfield Christian Homes has offered hope to men and women suffering from the disease of addiction. The faith-based rehab believes that recovery is possible through spiritual renewal and strives to help clients reclaim their health, happiness and inner peace. Treatment addresses the whole person — body, mind and spirit — and helps clients bring these areas into balance by cultivating a personal relationship with God.

Penfield Christian Homes — Main Campus Reviews and Ratings Details

The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.

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My son attended Penfield in 2016. He loved the camaraderie of the men who where working through their Struggles as he was. Unfortunately 6 weeks is not long enough to heal the thoughts of addiction m...


I am so thankful to have attended Penfield TWICE. The first time I went, I was court ordered and sadl, Iy did not give the program the respect and attention that is deserved. 13 years later, and plent...


I had a relative spend the 6 weeks in this program. Less than 48 hours home the drinking has started all over again. A total waste of time and money.


Great staff, awesome experience , glad to have found Penfield Been a long time since I have been sober and so closet to God.


I am still sober and working the program. But the kicker was the rekindling of my relationship with God!!


Awesome experience


A place of refuge. The fear of going back here, and lots of AA keeps me sober.


I had a wonderful experience with my son at Penfield. It really helped getting him connected back to his spirituality. Wonderful program. And thank goodness it's way out in the boonies. Best place he ...


Will meet some really good people at pennfield. The staff is really helpful and always ready to help in your needs.The main campus counselors and staff will always be remembered. 2-09 and I still thin...


Penfield saved my life! I was very impressed with how clinically sound staff Penfield is. They really cared about me and helping me change.


My son checked in to this rehab & it helped him so much. The Main Campus is where it\'s at though. He learned a lot & made friends along the way. However, he tried the half way house in Lafayette, GA ...


Hello, I attended the Penfield Christian Home in November of 2011 South Campus. I was very reluctant to attend any rehab center because I thought that I could handle my addiction on my own. My addicti...


I hesitate to say negative things about any Christian organization, but our experience here was terrible. Money seems to be the motivation with them and I have personally heard them speak in a terrib...


My nephew completed the program there in 2009. He has been on a job for 5 years now and is moving up the ladder in his company. Has purchased 2 vehicles with cash he has saved. He is living frugally...


He did very well until he was allowed weekend passes. He showed up at the facility intoxicated. Penfield shipped him to another facility from which he left of his own accord. They did not report to hi...


My son asked me to review your center. He has been in many rehab centers and his dad and I have told him, we feel a long term treatment center faith based is what he needs. We are active in alanon and...


Penfield saved my life. It allowed me to have a personal relationship with God and learn how to forgive myself for my transgressions. Mainly to be be free from addiction and live a successful life aga...


It saved my life. Main campus. Nothing fancy, but for those looking to get clean, discover a real relationship with God, and exit with the tools necessary to stay clean and sober, you will not find a ...


Isn't luxurious like most rehabs but I would recommend it.


the food needed to be better. the patients take turns working in the kitchen and cooking the meals. we once had the same chili for 5 meals in a row.. Also, the portion size was sometimes lacking leavi...


Seemed to really help my friend get clean.

Areas of Focus
Client & Family Support Groups

Research shows that the odds of successful, sustained recovery from addiction are far higher when family members and loved ones are involved in treatment. Drug and alcohol addiction often have genetic roots, whether related to substance abuse, mental illness or both. Family dynamics also play a role and, often, family members are the first to realize a loved one has developed an addiction. Also, it’s important for family members to understand and embrace the lifestyle changes that are required to sustain recovery.

Individual Therapy

This term describes one-on-one therapy, in which a patient and trained counselor, social worker, psychologist or psychiatrist meets privately with a patient to discuss challenges related to lifestyle, work, family and romantic relationships that may have contributed to the development of an addiction.

Key Staff Members
  • Photo of Mike Walker, BA, M.A.Ed.
    Mike Walker, BA, M.A.Ed. - Chief Executive Officer

    Mike Walker received his Bachelor of Arts degree with a double major in biology and psychology, from Shorter College in 1975. He holds two Master of Education degrees, the first from West Georgia College in Middle School Education with a concentration in math and science education. In 1980, Mike received his second Master of Education degree from the University Of Georgia, majoring in school psychology. Mike is uniquely qualified to serve as the Chief Executive Officer of Penfield as he served as the Executive Director of Hope Haven of Northeast Georgia from 1994 until July 2017. He has served as Certified Instructor with the Crisis Prevention Institute since 2005, as well as previously serving as the President for the Service Providers for Developmental Disabilities. Mike has completed the Executive Leadership Program for Nonprofit Organizations. Additionally, Mike has been awarded the DHR Commissioner’s Award for Outstanding Service, from the Georgia Department of Human Resources. Mike has a longstanding history with Penfield Christian Homes as he has previously served on the Board of Directors since 2001, as well as serving as Chairman of the Board in 2014.

  • Photo of Bill King, D.Min, CAC II, CCS, MAC
    Bill King, D.Min, CAC II, CCS, MAC - Campus Director, Main Campus

    Bill has a B.S. degree from The University of Tennessee and a M. Div. from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He received a Doctor of Ministry degree from Erskine Theological Seminary with emphasis on addiction studies. Bill has state and national credentials as an addiction counselor (CAC II, MAC, CCS). He has been working in the field of addiction for the past nine years at Penfield. Bill is also the pastor of The River of Life church in Eatonton, GA.