Meet the Staff
Our staff of credentialed and licensed professionals have a combined
80 plus years of experience working with the chemically dependent.

Together, this caring and supportive team has demonstrated that the
answer to long-term recovery lies not only in abstinence --- It also
requires experiencing and practicing problem-solving techniques
daily and developing a spiritual foundation in our lives.
An hourglass makes a great mind
soother.  Uses are limited only by your
imagination.  When life isn’t going in
the desired direction, flip it over, give
yourself some T.I.M.E. and start again!
Sandy Watson is the Executive Director of the House of T.I.M.E., Inc. for over five
years. Sandy has worked in the non-profit sector for over 15 years and knows how to
be very thrifty and creative with the resources available. Her experience in management
at Habitat for Humanity International helped prepare her for her current position. Since
Sandy became Director, the House of T.I.M.E. has increased its cash match monies by
over 30% every year, a true measure of her dedication to the ladies that need a helping
hand in the program. Her Master’s in Business Administration and Bachelors degree in
Computer Information Management with a minor in Psychology and Marketing come
in very handy in her leadership position. Along with her degrees she has a Project
Management Certification and many hours of hands-on managerial experience. Sandy is
very active in her community and enjoys public speaking as a hobby. One of Sandy’s
biggest assets is her ability to accept people for who they are and without judgment.  
She prides herself on being able to leave any situation she is involved in better than she
found it.
Sandy Watson, MBA, CIS
swhouseoftime@aol.com
Executive Director
Suzi Kahler is a Licensed Professional Counselor with 20 years of clinical experience
working in Addiction Treatment settings.  She received her Masters Degree in
Counseling and Human Development from Troy State University in 1992 and is a
Nationally Certified Counselor.  She also has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Art with a
concentration in painting and displays her painting at The Joseph House art Gallery and
at the Front Porch Gallery in Columbus.  She serves on the Board of Directors of The
Joseph House Art Gallery and served for six years on the Board of Directors for the
Homeless Resource Network, Inc. of Columbus.  At the House of time, Suzi serves as
Intake Coordinator and as a Case Manager for clients, as well as supervising clinical
services.  Suzi has been a part of the House of T.I.M.E. since 1998.
Suzi Kahler, MS, LPC
skhouseoftime@aol.com
Senior Counselor/Case Manager
Janika Neblett is a Case Manager at the House of T.I.M.E.  She facilitates a
self-esteem group in which our clients are work to change their external rags to
internal riches.  In a 12 session Inside-Outside group, clients are learning to take
responsibility for the relationships in their lives and learning how to develop
healthy relationships.  In our Phase II group, all Phase II clients discuss their
progress as a whole, share about work issues and how they are handling the
freedom that they have learned.  Janikia also facilitates a Process Group in
which clients check in with each other, voice their concerns about their peers
and share burning desires.  She meets with each of her clients weekly in
individual counseling sessions to help them assess their progress. She became a
vital part of the House of T.I.M.E staff in 2008 hoping to influence a life One
Day at a Time.
Janikia Neblett
jnhouseoftime@aol.com
Case Manager/Counselor
Jean McCreery is a native of nearby Auburn, AL.  She attended Auburn
University with an undergraduate major in Secondary Education and a graduate
study in Counseling Psychology.  After 14 years living away, she returned to the
Columbus area and began working at the house of T.I.M.E. in 2001 as the Life
Skills Counselor.  Jean teaches classes in self-care, decision-making, personal
responsibility, values, managing money, employment issues and other issues
faced in learning to live independently.  She also works with clients individually
on their credit files, building realistic budgets, and monitoring spending.
Jean McCreery
sjmccreery@aol.com
Life Skills Counselor
Amy Jones has been with the House of T.I.M.E. since 2001 as the Residential
Manager, providing service management for five client residences.  This
includes overseeing all aspects of residential living, helping our clients learn how
with establishing a savings account through which they pay nominal rent to the
with establishing a savings account through which they pay nominal rent to the
House of T.I.M.E. and begin paying any outstanding debt they may have. When
they are ready, she guides them as they locate a place to call their own in
preparation for Moving Forward into independent living.  Many of our clients
need clothing and personal items and she makes sure they have these supplies.
Amy coordinates various fundraising events, such as car washes, bake sales, and
yard sales, which give our clients the opportunity to give back and interact with
our community.  Amy says she is proud and honored to facilitate our After Care
Program.  In this vital part of their recovery, recent graduates meet weekly for
fellowship and share successes and joys as well as mistakes and problems.
Amy Jones
ajhouseoftime@aol.com
Residential Manager/Counselor
Rebecca Rabb joined the House of T.I.M.E. in 2004 as Administrative
Assistant.  A Columbus native, she has worked in many areas of our
community, including the medical and business fields.  She assists our Director
and staff in offering hope and concrete skills to women who are struggling with
addiction.  In addition to typical clerical duties, Rebecca provides information
about our program to various referral services and potential clients, as well as to
our community.   Rebecca states that nothing touches her heart more than
watching someone who has reached her limit with addiction slowly, and often
painfully, emerge as a confident, independent, sober woman who is ready to
face her future.
Rebecca Raab
time94@aol.com
Program Secretary
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The House of T.I.M.E., Inc. is a proud United Way
Partner Agency
House of Time, Inc. | 1200 Wynnton Road Columbus, GA 31906| Phone: 706-327-6836 | Fax: 706-327-8859
Transitional Recovery Program for Addicted Homeless Women

House of T.I.M.E., Inc.

"This I  Must Earn"