Development Director, Hope House
• Treatment Track: Recovery Ready Ecosystems
Wednesday, March 30, 2016, 2:00 pm to 3:15 pm
Paige Miller, CP, is the Development Director for Hope House, a nonprofit residential and intensive outpatient substance use treatment facility in Augusta, Georgia. She is also a young person in recovery from substance use disorder, and serves as the treatment representative for the local Drug-Free Communities Coalition in the CSRA, as well as the Young People in Recovery (YPR) Chapter Lead for Augusta. Ms. Miller helped to organize a recovery community development project, called Recovery On My Mind, in March of 2015 that brought together over 300 community members, along with other annual recovery community events. Her local advocacy includes initiatives around: employment, education, and housing for those in recovery, especially young people. Ms. Miller, a Certified Preventionist, has a passion for working with individuals not only seeking treatment and in recovery, but also in promoting positive youth development for at-risk youth and children with parents suffering from substance use disorder.