Welcome to Serenity Lodge, where we provide residents with a safe, supportive environment filled with the unconditional positive regard and fellowship necessary to learn to live a fulfilling life in recovery. Serenity Lodge, Sober Living for Men, located in Northeastern, PA, is transitional housing for men in recovery offering a bridge between treatment and independence. We look forward to partnering with you on your journey toward living life on life’s terms. Serenity Lodge is a tranquil, stressfree environment, where we have helped thousands of people recover over the past 20 years.
Living in one of our sober homes aids the sometimes difficult transition of re-entering the community as a newly sober person. We provide clean and comfortable rooms in fully furnished houses for working class people who need a completely sober living environment. With locations in the Boston area, our sober homes are ideal for anyone looking to maintain their sobriety by living in a safe & comfortable environment while participating in their own recovery.
We aim to provide a sober, clean, comfortable and supportive home for women in recovery to live while working or seeking employment and living life through the 12 steps of AA or NA. Owners are both sober and in the program and committed to helping others as laid out in the steps.
We offer a clean, affordable living environment with two locations in Lynn, MA. Our homes are fully furnished and equipped with cable television and WIFI with short term and long term residency availability. Both homes are located very close to public transportation and have off street parking available. If you are looking for a fresh start in a comfortable and sober environment than feel free to contact us for availability.
Zero Tolerance with Drugs and Alchohol Use.
Residents of Harwood House agree to weekly mandatory drug testings to ensure that the environment is 100% sober at all times.
Staying sober is hard enough, so our mission is to make this transition into society as seamless as possible with a living environment that you can truly call home.
Information regarding "house rules and willingnesses" can be found on website Triangle House.org. Triangle House first opened its doors to women in recovery in 1982, and has been in continuous operation since that time. Triangle House is on Mass. Dept. Public Health, ADF site, as one of only 10, listed sober houses, which are fully licensed. (Sprinkler systems, hard wired to Fire Dept. etc.)