The Foundation

The Megan House Foundation is a 501 (C) (3) public charity that was incorporated with the intention to  help the Merrimack Valley community and surrounding areas establish a comprehensive plan to provide and facilitate substance abuse treatment services for people in need. The initial stage of our involvement is the development of long-term residential treatment homes for both women and men.

The first home, Megan’s House, was opened to the community September 30, 2015.

In addition to developing residential treatment homes like Megan’s House, The Megan House Foundation is working to establish a private-public partnership to facilitate the community, education, vocational and support services necessary to help people realize a life independent from substance abuse and addiction. We intend to establish a coalition of successful business partners to assist us in developing new businesses or commercial enterprises designed to provide people in recovery job opportunities where they can earn a living wage and play important roles in driving operational success. Profits earned by these businesses will be reinvested in Megan’s House and similar enterprises so that they are not dependent on Federal and State aid, grants or charity.

To learn more about the beginnings of Megan’s House, here is a letter from Megan’s Dad.

Getting Involved

Megan’s House is always looking for volunteer help from all trades including framing, electrical, plumbing, drywall, finished carpentry, roofing, siding, painting, masonry, HVAC, road excavation and paving.  Materials and building supplies needed include plumbing, electrical, ductwork, drywall, lumber, paint, fill, loom, roofing, siding, insulation etc.!

Megan’s House is a long-term residential substance abuse treatment and recovery home for women between the ages of 18 and 26.  The Megan House Foundation, Inc. is a 501 C 3 non-profit foundation established to support Megan’s House and other organizations designed to further the treatment of young women in need of help.

To donate materials or volunteer services please contact Pamela Huntley by calling 978-606-9955 or via email at


Your help is appreciated.