The Mansion Sober House in New Haven Connecticut, formerly Spiritual Gardens, helps women discover the underlying causes of their addiction and to develop new coping strategies, interpersonal skills and self-esteem using the principals of the 12-step program of recovery. Each day is structured around 12-step meetings, group therapy, exercise and fellowship both in the mansion and in the surrounding community.
Westport House is a nationally recognized sober living program designed to reintegrate young men back into independence with the skills, practical experience, and foundation in recovery that best positions them for long-term success. Building upon the gains made during inpatient treatment, we emphasize goal-oriented action and the practical application of new coping skills to real life situations. Independence and personal responsibility gradually increase, with support from a team of experienced recovery professionals, individualized addiction treatment services, and graduated levels of residential care.
Following the basic principles of the 12-step program of Alcoholics Anonymous, our highly personalized sober living environment helps each client develop the confidence and skills to lead a sober life full of meaning and purpose.
This attractive house offers a large fully equipped eat in kitchen, a large living room/dining room with flat-screen television, a peaceful sun porch, central air conditioning and wireless internet. A computer is available with internet access for residents to perform job searches, write resumes and create personal budgets.
Shoreline Living Solutions believes in the philosophy that one addict/alcoholic helping another will help him to stay clean and sober. Shoreline Living Solutions helps residents take the crucial steps to recover their lives in the following ways:
•Taking responsibility for self physically, mentally, socially, and spiritually
•Taking responsibility for their home and neighborhood by participating in the upkeep of the house inside and outside
•Taking responsibility towards and maintaining employment and/or school
We believe in a strong 12-step program. Residents are required to attend five NA or AA meetings per week, obtain and use an NA or AA sponsor and become involved in a home group.
Recovery House is a transitional living environment for people in recovery. Based in New Haven, the program offers clients a positive sense of direction toward recovery by providing a safe, sober, supportive and structured transitional living environment.
Recovery House provides temporary housing and support services for male and female adults who have a substance abuse disorder or co-occurring psychiatric and substance abuse disorders. As a transitional program for people in recovery, the program expects to reduce rates of client relapse, reduce rates of service utilization, and enhance the health of our communities.
Services provided include:
Referrals accepted 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Accessibility to Narcotics Anonymous and Alcoholics Anonymous meetings
Drug and alcohol screenings
This comprehensive recovery program helps residents develop greater self-confidence in their ability to succeed in life and creates more hope for their futures.
To help residents develop more productive lives, McCall House staff are developing lasting connections with a number of employers in the Torrington area in order to assist residents locate and maintain better paying jobs.
Residents are encouraged to continue their involvement with recovery support systems in the community after they leave McCall house.
Approximately 80 men and women are served at McCall House each year with the average length of stay between 10 and 12 weeks. Our statistics indicate that a large majority of our alumni have significantly improved their lives, while at McCall House and after discharge.
The Paisley House offers:
Clean, Spacious, Housing for Creative
Women, Recovery Skill and Goal Planning, Special Art workshops
Art Certification opportunities, CurArt Community Project Alliance,
Effective, Compassionate Structure, Family and Relationship supports and
This transitional living opportunity is intended for motivated women who want to be involved in the recovery community, while exploring the Arts. This program does not offer Mental Health treatment, but offers resources through community partnerships and case management referrals.
The Gorham Sober Living House provides a clean, safe and structured environment where men in recovery can actively begin to transition back into the community. The Gorham Fellowship understands that sober living is a crucial step in one's life recovery. We offer a structured setting to practice valuable life skills and our goal is to help residents prepare for living sober beyond treatment.