Substance use disorder recovery home
Recovery home for men
Residential, six-month substance use disorder recovery program for 25 adult men
Register by telephone
A professional service provider must call 781-269-2653 to register with our intake staff.
Intensive, 24/7 support
Evidence-based clinical support for all clients, based on their individual strengths and needs
Clients given the tools to find and maintain employment while working on recovery goals
About the program
Since becoming a part of MHSA in 1995, Sullivan House has remained in continuous operation as a 25-bed substance use disorder recovery home for adult men struggling with addiction. The program helps its residents reestablish and maintain a sober lifestyle while renewing their careers and following through on responsibilities to their families and communities. Sullivan House counselors are specially trained to address the unique needs of clients while employing appropriate, effective and lasting treatment strategies.
Following a two-week orientation process, clients typically spend the next five-and-a-half months working towards a variety of personal and programmatic goals, in accordance with house rules. While in the program, clients are given referrals to various medical, mental health and other professional service providers, as needed. Clients also attend AA meetings, group meetings and individual counseling while pursuing or maintaining meaningful employment opportunities.
Upon successful completion of the program, Sullivan House employees assist in placing clients into stable, sober living environments where they can continue to thrive as productive members of their individual networks and communities.