Brighton Massachusetts Cashes In on MassHousing Sober Living Grant

Brighton Massachusetts Cashes In on MassHousing Sober Living Grant

MassHousing has granted grants to establish 46 new affordable, substance-free housing units and to preserve another 35 sober households.

MassHousing Sober Living Grant

MassHousing, the state’s quasi-public organization responsible for financing affordable housing, announced the funds Friday. According to the report, over $630,000 in funding was issued.

According to Chrystal Kornegay, executive director of MassHousing, people in recovery from drug use have been disproportionately affected by the epidemic, and these awards will assist them in overcoming addiction.

The funding is made possible through the Center for Community Recovery Innovations, Inc., a nonprofit subsidiary of MassHousing that assists organizations in creating or preserving affordable sober homes for people in recovery in Massachusetts.

They were given to South Middlesex Non-Profit Housing Corporation in Worcester, Victory Programs, Inc. in Boston, Dismas House in Oakham, the Mental Health Association in Springfield, the Self Esteem Boston Educational Institute, the Allston-Brighton Community Development Corporation, Lowell House, Partners in Housing in Dartmouth, North Star Family Services in Leominster, and the Gandara Center in Springfield.

About Vanderburgh House

Vanderburgh House was formed to create recovery-focused communities that are dedicated to each resident’s progress. Our sober living homes provide a disciplined and recovery-focused atmosphere, guided by caring House Managers who are committed to helping our clients rebuild their lives free of drugs and alcohol.

The majority of our houses are run by self-employed owners/Operators who collaborate with Vanderburgh House to provide sober living in their neighborhoods. As a member of our collaborative of sober living Operators, Vanderburgh Communities gives Charters to Operators who want to manage their own sober living homes in conjunction with us. If you’ve always wanted to create your own sober home, now’s your chance to do it! We urge you to join us for a meeting to learn more about this exciting chance to help your community.

We are delighted to be founding members of the national Sober House Directory, which will help you discover the right match and identify sober living homes in your area. If a Vanderburgh House home isn’t the perfect one, we invite you to explore this great resource to discover the ideal sober living home.

Read more on: The National Alliance for Recovery Residences