About Us

What We’re Doing

North Georgia Angel House is home to 31 girls ranging in ages from 12-21.  The home has seven bedrooms and four bathrooms with a large spa tub for relaxing. Our kitchen takes on the aroma of a restaurant in the evenings as the girls practice their Independent Living Skills with menu planning and preparation in a supervised setting.

When the girls are not cooking or relaxing in their rooms, they may be found in the family room where community meetings are held to problem solve. Community Meetings consist of problem solving skills and real life issues that the girls share with others to seek input from their peers.

Whether it’s reading, enjoying friends or completing routine chores at home, our girls function as part of one large extended family. Both Individual and Group Therapy are held on and off site as well as supervised Family Time. Tutoring is available to students who want to improve their academic success.

Our primary function is to give girls the skills necessary to reach emancipation and succeed.  We strive to teach our girls money management, conflict resolution, time management, menu planning, family planning, resume writing, employment skills and many others workshops to help reach self-sufficiency.

Angel House takes great pride in serving all girls in Northern Georgia for both short and long term stays. Please visit our Transitional and Independent Living Page to learn more about these programs.

2015 Milestones

High School Graduations

Four of our girls graduated from Cherokee High School in 2015.

The 2015 Angel Walk

For seven years in a row the North Georgia Angel House Inc. has had the benefit of the Soleil community to share a day of fitness and remember the friendships we have built. This year was our largest ever with over 175 registrations.

2015 First Year Angel Ride

Freedom Riders raised over $6500 this year organizing a “bike ride” from Rocco’s Pub in Jasper, Ga. This went a long way to add a beautiful gate to our home!

The North Georgia Angel House Inc. opened the first Art Gallery of it’s kind!

Foster. is managed by Marcelle Robustelli and serves as a Job Readiness Training Center and a Art Gallery where our girls can learn the fundamentals of running a business. All art is made by hand to be eligible for a sale. 100% of funds support our girls.

Community Development Block Grant

Cherokee County provided funds to fence in the property to provide security to our girls.

Company Profile

North Georgia Angel House Inc.
Susan Worsley M.S.
Executive Director:
Director of Rehabilitative Services
Megan Gaudet M.S.
Program Manager:
Amanda Anderson B.A.
Human Service Professional:
Carol Donegan B.S.
Community Resource Development Officer
Marcelle Robustelli
Program Supervisor:
Nakia Boyd
House Parent Team:
Cassaundra Bingamin, Gracise Pierre B. A., Susan Obligado, Constance Applewhite, Kateena Edwards, Maria Walker, Maria Pineda, Kelly Nugent, Christina Graham
General Repairs and Security:
David Wade A. A.


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