Adriane is the mother of two Children and has three grandsons. She is the daughter of the late Bishop Milton Waller and Mary Alice Waller-Fitch. Adriane is the first born of nine children, five sisters and three brothers. Her father raised all nine of his children in the ways of the Lord. Back then there was no question about going to church and having weekly family prayer. Adriane remembers as a child her dad in his study fasting and praying for all of his children, and today through it all, the seeds sown then have brought in a harvest by the Grace of God.
Adriane has been a member of Love and Faith Christian Fellowship since 2011. Michael Thomas is her Senior Pastor. Adriane previously served on the Witnessing Ministry sharing with others the love and true life through Jesus Christ. She is a volunteer at Step Up Greensboro with the Women's Character Development & Personal Growth Program. Adriane serves as a mentor and she facilitates group sessions that teach participants to gain self - esteem, ways to learn from failure so that the desire to give up is not an option, improvement in relationships with family and peers. And so much more. Adriane finds this service to her community is extremely rewarding as she observes lives being transformed.Both of Adriane's parents lived to see her clean and sober, as she worked in the field of addiction helping others.
Within three years of recovery, she worked as a residential assistant at Arise Treatment Center in Lynchburg, VA. Her work there was very fulfilling as well as rewarding, because she could relate to the residents’ struggles with the disease of addiction. Adriane was in the position to keep it real as she worked with the residents.
Some years later Adriane moved to Atlanta, GA and worked at St. Jude Recovery Center for seven years as the House Manager for married and single women. She also attended Circle of Recovery Inc. for substance abuse counseling education. Additionally, Adriane worked as a Mental Health Assistant at Peachford Behavioral Hospital in Dunwoody, GA, facilitating addiction group sessions, and psychological education groups.
Since coming to Greensboro, Adriane obtained her peer support specialist certification and was employed at Top Priority Care Services, servicing mental health and substance abuse consumers on the Assertive Community Treatment Team (ACT).
As a result of Adriane's journey, she never let go of her dream, her passion and God given destiny to be a faithful steward providing a safe, Christ-centered Clean and Sober Living House. A safe place where women can heal and rebuild their lives and become the women they were created to be.