ServiceNet’s Recovery Houses and Supportive Housing serve as transitional residences for men and women 18 years of age and older, who are in the early stages of recovery from addiction. Residents are provided with the structure and support they need to establish meaningful, drug-free living, and to prepare them for return to independent living in the community.
Recovery Houses and Supportive Housing residents live in a safe place with a supportive environment staffed by skilled case managers and a support staff 24 hours-a-day. Support includes comprehensive case management and, if needed, a referral to professional counseling. Residents may also benefit from vocational rehabilitation, education and literacy programs, and housing assistance services. Individuals who wish to live in one ServiceNet's Recovery Houses must be medically stable before entering the program, having already completed withdrawal from substances. To determine eligibiliy, applicants must complete a screening process, and are then scheduled for admission or placed on a waiting list for the next available opening. For more about the screening process or to set up a screening, please contact an Intake Coordinator at (413) 772-6100.
Service Net's Recovery Houses and Supportive Housing include The Orange Recovery House and The Beacon House for Women, both serving serving as a transitional residence for adults who are in the early stages of substance abuse recovery. The Moltenbrey Apartments in Turners Falls offer sober housing for individuals who are making the transition from a recovery house or other treatment program to community living.