About Our Residences
Formerly a school building, Megan’s House, in Lowell, MA was newly renovated in 2015 to become home to up to 28 women in early recovery from substance use disorder. Bedrooms accommodate two, three or four women, with six bathrooms onsite. A large great room serves as the gathering space for the entire group for graduation ceremonies, celebrations, or group counseling, while the kitchen and dining area are also large enough for all residents to dine at dinner together. Outside, the house has a vegetable garden that residents cultivate throughout the summer.
Erin’s House, in Dracut, MA is a newly built residence which opened in 2016 on a quiet suburban neighborhood. For women transitioning to independent living after long-term treatment, Erin’s House is a success home for graduates of Megan’s House or similar programs, accommodating up to 8 women who pay weekly rent to share 4 bedrooms.
Coming soon: Emma’s Place: Watch for more for permanent, affordable units available later in spring 2018 for women with at least six months of sustained recovery. Nine apartments will be available, three 1-bedroom units, and six 2-bedroom units for sober mothers seeking to live with their children after long-term treatment program completion. Emma’s Place, at 138 Cross Street, is accessible to bus transportation and not far from Middlesex Community College and UMass Lowell.