Prospect Men's Home | Sober Living for Men in Springfield, Massachusetts

103 Prospect Street, Springfield, MA, USA
Sober House for Men

The Prospect Men’s Home is a structured sober living home located in Springfield, Massachusetts, serving men in their recovery journey. The sober living home is conveniently located close to Mercy Hospital, in the heart of Springfield, Massachusetts. Vanderburgh House prides itself on offering truly recovery-focused sober living based on the principles of NARR and MASH.

Learn more: Addiction Recovery Resources in Springfield, Massachusetts

Prospect Men's Home | Sober Living for Men in Springfield, Massachusetts

Sober living guests enjoy large bedrooms and modern amenities in this renovated historic home, offering both modern features and historic detail. The home offers off-street parking, a private yard, and close proximity to all that Springfield has to offer men in recovery. We invite you to explore photos and read testimonials from guests who have found the Prospect Home to be the right fit for them in their recovery journey.

Rooms & Rates

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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:

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Urine screen costs

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Free high-speed Wi-Fi

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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.

Recovery Community

The recovery community in the Prospect Men’s Home is young and vibrant, led by an experienced House Mentor who lives in the home and is available for support, coaching, and encouragement. Sober house guests are engaged in the sober home community as well as the broader recovery community in Springfield, Massachusetts. Guests participate in weekly house meetings and community activities both as a home and independently.

Learn more in our article: House Managers at Vanderburgh House

Home Leadership - Introducing Jake Janas

Introducing Jake Janas, a compassionate and dedicated manager with a wealth of knowledge and expertise in the field of aftercare and addiction recovery. He currently oversees four sober homes in Springfield and Westfield, providing support and guidance to residents on their recovery journey.

Before joining Vanderburgh Communities, Jake worked as an aftercare coordinator at a local CSS program, where he referred residents to the program and established himself as a trusted member of the community. His biggest motivation for taking on the role of house operator was the opportunity to name one of the homes after his best friend, who lost his life to an overdose. This act of remembrance allowed him to pay tribute to his friend while helping others on their path to recovery.

As a manager, Jake values the input and autonomy of his House Mentors, allowing them to run the homes in their own unique ways while providing support and guidance when needed. He is passionate about helping residents along their journey and fostering a family-like atmosphere in each home. As he says, “this is a kind of small family for a short period of time, so you have to treat each other that way”.

This home is operated by Vanderburgh House. 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 Men in Springfield, Massachusetts

Located on the Connecticut River and established in 1636, Springfield is rich in history and culture. The city offers a vibrant community in strong support of men and women in recovery from addiction. Employment opportunities exist in a range of fields, and Springfield is home to many world-renowned colleges and universities.

Learn more in our article: Springfield’s Recovery Community