Brooke’s House is a home for adult women recovering from alcohol and substance use disorder. It was was founded to honor the memory of Brooke Erin Simmers, who passed away at the age of 19 after a heroin overdose. Her parents, Kevin and Dana Simmers, and her loving brothers, Grant Simmers and Logan Gladhill, created Brooke’s House to inspire and empower women suffering from alcohol and substance use disorder.
Brooke’s House, Inc. is a public charity organization operating under its own IRS 501(c)3 non-profit status (see below).
When built, Brooke’s House will provide a community-based, safe, stable, and emotionally supportive living environment for adult women in the early stages of substance abuse recovery. Ensuring a tranquil, home-like facility, Brooke’s House will ensure state-of-the-art treatment and recovery services and resources to help residents move forward to achieve their dreams of living drug-free and productive lives.