Sober Living in Greenfield, Massachusetts
Sober Living in Greenfield, Massachusetts
Greenfield, Massachusetts offers many sober living resources for men and women in recovery from addiction.
Greenfield, located in northwest Massachusetts, is supportive and encouraging with its recovery and addiction recovery. Greenfield’s care providers are educated and empathetic toward recovering addicts. The opioid epidemic has had a devastating effect on the city, and each person and organization offering care and resources to those in recovery understands they must work together to win our war against drugs and alcohol and the damage they cause.
Greenfield’s small but growing sober living community is known for its collaboration and leadership efforts with the city to assist those in recovery looking for sober houses in Lowell, and many private organizations. Greenfield is home to many organizations serving those in recovery, and many of Greenfield’s organizations reach throughout Greenfield with addiction recovery resources.
Sober House Certification in Massachusetts
Sober living homes in Massachusetts are certified by MASH, the Massachusetts Alliance for Sober Housing. The Massachusetts Alliance for Sober Living is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization whose mission is to support recovery guests throughout Massachusetts and to practice national quality standards for recovery residences. MASH inspects and certifies Massachusetts sober living homes, provides training to sober house operators, and maintains a forum for exchanging ideas, solving problems, providing guidance, and acting as an advocate for sober house operators well as sober living guests.
Addiction Recovery Resources in Greenfield, Massachusetts
The journey to recovery requires more than sober homes. Also, Greenfield, Massachusetts offers many addiction recovery resources for men and women in recovery from addiction.
We work hard to organize and provide Greenfield sober living guests with access to the many organizations serving those in recovery that are based in the city itself.
Read our Addiction Recovery Resources Article on recovery resources in the City of Greenfield.
The Grace Space Sober House offers a supportive recovery environment to men in Greenfield, Massachusetts. Conveniently located in the center of town, this unique sober living home provides a quiet recovery-focused environment in the up-and-coming western Massachusetts community of Greenfield.
Guests enjoy large bedrooms in this beautiful sober living home. The sober house offers ample off-street parking, laundry services, and a quiet homey environment.
The community in the home is small but growing, led by supportive peers and house management. The recovery residence offers updated amenities and features, including modern kitchens and bathrooms, recreational areas, and quality features and finishes.
The Grace Space Sober House for men follows our sober living community model driven by encouragement and collaboration, supported by all our residential guests and house mentors.
🏘️ Nearby Sober Living in Massachusetts
Vanderburgh House is proud to offer sober living elsewhere in Massachusetts! Take a look at our nearby locations via this link.
🏠 Greenfield, Massachusetts Sober Living
Greenfield’s sober living community is known for its collaboration and leadership efforts with the city to assist those in recovery looking for sober houses in Lowell, and many private organizations. Greenfield is home to many organizations serving those in recovery, and many of Greenfield’s organizations reach throughout Greenfield with addiction recovery resources.
Read more on Greenfield Massachusetts Recovery Resources
Learn more about the Vanderburgh House program in Massachusetts, and how our Greenfield sober living location could be the next perfect step in your recovery journey.
🏠 Oxford House in Greenfield, Massachusetts
There are several Oxford House model sober living homes throughout Massachusetts, including in Greenfield, MA. Vanderburgh House serves our guests in a structured sober living model. Oxford House operates differently, relying solely on peer support, typically with less structure, and typically serving guests who are looking for a sober living environment without the oversight and structure in place with certified sober living homes.