Kayaly Sober House │ Sober Living for Men in Pawtucket, Rhode Island

105 Beechwood Avenue, Pawtucket, RI, USA
Sober Living for Men
Certified

Kayaly Sober House offers certified men’s sober living in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. Near Providence, Rhode Island, the Kayaly Home has a legacy of serving the local recovery community. Founded nearly a decade ago, the Kayaly Sober House has undergone a full building renovation and taken on a new name in honor of the Operator’s daughters. The sober living home has served Pawtucket for ten years and is renowned for offering a quality recovery living environment for men in recovery from alcoholism or drug addiction. The Kayaly Sober House will continue to offer unmatched sober living for men in recovery for years to come.

Kayaly Sober House │ Sober Living for Men in Pawtucket, Rhode Island

Kayaly Sober House residents enjoy large bedrooms and spacious outdoor space, all dedicated to sober living. This sober house serves men in recovery, offering three full bathrooms and a large kitchen area to serve an average of twelve residents at a time. Our community of men in recovery is strong and committed to sober living and building a life free from substance abuse. There is additional common area in the basement of the sober house, offering additional food storage, workout equipment, and an area for private meetings.

Rooms & Rates

Single Rooms

$250 weekly

Double Rooms

$180 weekly

All-inclusive sober living rent payments are due weekly or monthly and are not currently covered by insurance or subsidies. A $200 prepaid rent deposit is due when you move in. Please be prepared to meet your financial obligations prior to moving in.

Sober House Amenities

High speed wi-fi included for free in all sober living homes

Free parking for residents and guests at the sober house

On-site laundry services are available in the sober home

Shared office with a modern computer workstation and printer

Free premium cable television with multiple TV areas in the home

Secure storage for personal items is available at no cost to resdents

Recovery Community

The recovery home community in the Kayaly Sober House is strong and supportive of our dedicated group of men in recovery. With nearly a decade of serving the Pawtucket and Providence, Rhode Island communities, this men’s sober home offers a strong community led by a passionate team, including an owner/operator and live-in House Manager. House leadership is trained in sober living and committed to true structured sober living. Residents in the sober house have chosen the Kayaly Sober House because of our reputation for service, commitment, and dedication to sober living. We invite you to join our community and build a new life with brothers committed to recovery just like you.

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Operator Information - About Kayaly Sober Living

This sober house is operated by Kayaly Recovery, a provider of sober living throughout Rhode Island. Kayaly Recovery works with Vanderburgh House as an independent chartered Vanderburgh House sober living community. Many Vanderburgh House sober living homes are operated independently, while some are operated directly by the Vanderburgh House organization. For more information about obtaining a Vanderburgh House charter, or for information on forming a sober living community, please visit Vanderburgh Communities.

Sober Living in Pawtucket, Rhode Island

Pawtucket, Rhode Island has a vibrant recovery community serving those in recovery of all ages and backgrounds, in addition to a strong sober living community. Near Providence, Rhode Island this home offers plenty of groups, especially A.A. groups, serving both men and women actively engaged in their recovery. Providence, Rhode Island is close with all that a major city has to offer its residents. Rhode Island communities are welcoming and supportive of those in recovery and sober living homes. Vanderburgh House is proud to offer a recovery residence in service of the greater Rhode Island recovery community.

Learn more in our article: Pawtucket’s recovery community