Rockdale Houses for Men and Women are two cozy rehabilitation homes in the tiny town of Conyers, 24 miles east of Atlanta. Conyers has a population of about 14,000, and provides a natural, green setting ideal for quiet recovery. Both houses are very intimate due to relatively low occupancy rates.

A group of concerned Georgians led by local citizen and chairman Brad Butler opened the original Rockdale House in 1972, which was originally co-ed. That eventually proved problematic for providing treatment, so Butler temporarily opened his own home to women, and transported them to the men’s facility only for meetings; eventually, women got their own facility. 


One and the same, substance abuse is a crisis, has always been a crisis, and always will be a crisis unless massive action is taken to do something about it.  Enter in the Rockdale Houses for Men & Women Women's House.  Conyers, Georgia has a friend in this treatment center.  The Rockdale Houses for Men & Women offers an inpatient, residential, drug and alcohol addiction and dependence treatment center, rehabilitation program, and recovery organization.