Miles House

What We Do

Miles House is a co-ed, short term residential treatment facility for individuals struggling with mental health issues and possible substance abuse located on the Westside of Columbus. 

Miles House is an excellent option for people who need extra time in recovery but would prefer to do it in a residential setting to prepare for community re-entry. We offer 4 bedrooms with 9 client beds and recently renovated common areas such as the kitchen and bathrooms. 

Miles House is a voluntary program where clients learn to stay sober, manage symptoms, deal with family stress and interact with each other and the community. 

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“I came to Miles House without hope. And I left with more than just a fighting chance at recovery. Indeed, with more than just hope, but tools and insights by which I have been able to more successfully wage the good fight of living with these illnesses on a day by day basis. Your work at Miles House touches every soul that comes through the door for the better.”

Miles House Client


Clients often come directly from Netcare Access Crisis Stabilization Unit but are also referred from local hospitals. Client referrals may be completed and faxed here to begin the referral process. Determination is typically made within 24 hours.

Client Referrals


Creating a Haven of Healing

Miles House is run out of a 100+ year home on the west side of Columbus. It was graciously gifted to us by a former Netcare board member and community physician, Dr. Jack Miles, 44 years ago. We have been fortunate, in recent years, to have received funding to make some improvements and updates to the interior of the home but the outdoor area is in need of significant renovation to make it an enjoyable and healing space for the patients we serve.

Our vision for the Miles House Healing Garden goes beyond a mere collection of plants and flowers; it is designed to be a therapeutic space where people can find solace, embrace introspection, and embark on a journey of personal growth and healing. Through thoughtful landscaping, inviting seating areas, and an edible garden we aim to create an environment that fosters self-reflection and emotional restoration. However, to make this vision a reality, we need your support. Every generous contribution from individuals like you will go directly into completing this project. Your donation will aid the acquisition of essential gardening supplies, benches/patio furniture, and installation of a privacy/safety fence.

Consider making a gift today and become a behavioral health advocate!