Prospect Sober House │ Sober Living for Men in Springfield, Massachusetts
The Prospect men’s sober house is a sober house 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.
Residents 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.
Rooms & Rates
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
The recovery community in the Prospect Home is young and vibrant, led by an experienced House Manager who lives in the home and is available for support, coaching, and encouragement. Residents are engaged in the sober home community as well as the broader recovery community in Worcester. Residents participate in weekly house meetings and community activities both as a home and independently.
Learn more in our article: House Managers at Vanderburgh House
This sober house 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 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