We just opened a brand new Sober House for Women in Downtown Haverhill, Ma called WINDEMERE. We offer safe, supportive , affordable sober residency apartments complete with private kitchen and bath. Apartments are fully furnished, all utilities are included with Smart TV and Wifi access. For further info, or to apply, please check out our new website below. We are here to motivate women struggling with addiction create a new lifestyle and set goals towards personal growth and long term recovery. We are just getting started so please pass it on. Thank you. Our website is http://www.windemerealternativeliving.org
Allies in Recovery is a website for families impacted by addiction. It's free to Massachusetts residents and has worked with more than 10,000 families bringing them hope, reducing the chaos, and strengthening the family relationship.
The Massachusetts Behavioral Health Help Line connects you directly to clinical help, when and where you need it. It's free, it's available 24/7, and real-time interpretation is available in over 200 languages. Visit https://www.masshelpline.com/ or call/text (833) 773-2445 for support
Hey everyone. Just wanted to introduce a new men‘s 12 step sober living home located in beautiful Gloucester, Ma. We are open, and accepting guests. We are centrally located in Gloucester and within a block of the commuter rail, grocery store, many restaurants and sub shops, as well as morning, noontime, and evening meetings. We have 3 kitchens, 4 bathrooms, on-site laundry, and a live in manager. We will assist with step work, finding employment, sponsorship, etc. Please check out our website if you would like to learn more about us! www.twinlightsrecovery.com Have a blessed day
Following the loss of our only child, Dean "DJ" Ashenfelder, Jr. we started a Facebook page to raise awareness of the dangers of illicit fentanyl A few months later that grew to a non profit organization sharing information and finding ways to keep our son's voice alive. We feel his death can be a wake up call to the many who think it can't happen to me or my child. We work to erase the stigma surrounding Substance Use Disorders. The fentanyl crisis is huge and does not discriminate. All kids and adults are at risk as long as this poison remains in the country. We hope to build a resource map for anyone needing help with SUD and look for opportunities to share resources with those looking for solutions. Visit us at djswish.org and Join Our Team.