Pittsfield Sober House | Sober Living for Women in Pittsfield, Massachusetts
Opening soon! Pittsfield Sober House is a sober house in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, serving women in their recovery journey. This structured recovery residence for is a beautiful home with an even more beautiful recovery community. This women’s sober house is conveniently located in downtown Pittsfield, close to area amenities and resources for sober living guests.
Rooms & Rates
Weekly rate: $160
All-inclusive sober living rent payments are due in a timely manner and are not currently covered by insurance or subsidies. Rent includes:
Urine screen costs
Free high-speed Wi-Fi
On-site coin-op laundry
Move-in deposit: $200
This deposit is due on or before your move-in date. It is only refundable if you complete the intake process, and if you give 30-days’ notice. Please be prepared to meet your financial obligations.
The recovery community in Pittsfield is committed and connected, led by an experienced House Mentor who lives in the home and is available for support, coaching, and encouragement. Guests have engaged in the sober home community as well as the broader recovery community in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Sober living guests participate in weekly house meetings and community activities both as a home and independently.
Learn more in our article: House Mentors at Vanderburgh House
Operator Information - About Vanderburgh House in Massachusetts
Some Vanderburgh House sober homes are independently owned and operated by Chartered Operators of the Vanderburgh House sober living system. Please visit Vanderburgh Communities for more information on how to become a sober living Operator with the Vanderburgh House system.
Sober Living for Women in Pittsfield, Massachusetts
In 1752, settlers, many from Westfield, Massachusetts, arrived and a village began to grow, which was incorporated as Pontoosuck Plantation in 1753. By 1761 there were 200 guests and the plantation became the Township of Pittsfield, named in honor of British Prime Minister William Pitt, who later would champion the colonists’ cause before the revolution.
Learn more in our article: Sober Living in Pittsfield, Massachusetts