News

Women Recover!

As part of ongoing efforts to stay connected with what’s happening in the recovery community, representatives of the Megan House Foundation recently attended one of the Women Recover! Conferences held at the Four Points Sheraton in Norwood, MA. Along with hosting a table, Executive Director Pam Huntley and Program Director…

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Cummings Foundation Grants Megan’s House Residents Hope!

The Megan House Foundation learned this past week that it was awarded a $100,000 grant by the Cummings Foundation, as part of that organization’s annual $100k for 100 Grant Program. The surprise announcement was made by Bernice Corpuz, a Cummings Foundation Volunteer, live on the Morning Drive Talk Show of…

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Join Our Team

Megan’s House   Employment Opportunities   Awake Overnight Recovery Specialist– 11pm-8am Full-time and part-time positions available Full-time Recovery Specialists– (first and second shifts) Three available positions Part-time Recovery Specialist– (Typically weekend shifts and second shift) Three available positions Primary Services- Awake Overnight Recovery Specialist Be awake throughout the shift and monitor…

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Recognition for a Job Well Done

For more than two decades, MaryBeth Murphy has helped countless young women in recovery, and no doubt saved more than a few lives. Those efforts have caught the attention of a local organization dedicated to making our community a better place. The Non-Profit Alliance of Greater Lowell has named the…

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Honoring a Young Professional

Robert Gignac, Megan House Foundation Chairman of the Board, was recognized this week as a Distinguished Young Professional by the Greater Lowell Chamber of Commerce and the Young Professionals of Greater Lowell. Gignac, who has Chaired the Foundation’s Board of Directors since 2015 and also serves as Chief Operating Officer…

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Support Megan’s House with a Smile

The Megan House Foundation is excited to announce that you can now support young women in recovery simply by shopping through Amazon Smile. This exciting new feature from America’s number 1 online shopping website allows you to designate Megan’s House as your beneficiary when purchasing qualifying items through their site….and…

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In Our Memories, In Our Hearts

On this date each year, the residents of Megan’s House gather along the banks of the Merrimack River in Lowell to honor Megan Elizabeth Grover the young woman in whose memory Megan’s House was founded. Megan lost her battle with addiction on December 30, 2014 at the tender young age…

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Giving Thanks

What residents of Megan’s House & Erin’s House are thankful for on this Thanksgiving holiday:   “I am thankful for a second chance at life.” “I am thankful for people who care about me.” “I am thankful for Megan’s House.” “I am thankful for God, recovery, family, and hot showers.”…

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