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  AFTER TREATMENT, THEN WHAT?
   The recovery process takes time - time to reverse the negative life patterns which have accumulated over time by an addiction driven life. Managing life with others in a sober living environment, learning to take responsibility again, making a commitment to sobriety , and attending 12 Step meetings regularly are the beginnings of a responsible, sobriety centered life. Reconnections to work, family and community life can then follow.

We understand how tough it can be to stay sober. Our program was developed from the experiences of hundreds of thousands of recovering persons who have followed the Twelve Step principles of various Anonymous Fellowships.

Residents come to us from many sources - some are self referred, others come from treatment facilities, detox, counseling centers, therapists, the correctional system, shelters, veterans' programs, or the streets. One thing they all have in common - wanting to stay sober. Many of our residents literally have no where else to go in order to stay sober and still live affordably.

Why Twelve Step Education Program Sober Housing? We have been providing safe, clean, and sober housing for over a decade. We make sure that we get all the appropriate local occupancy permits. Our houses pass rigorous fire safety inspections for the sprinkler systems, alarms that are wired directly to the fire departments, and fire extinguishers as well as health inspections. We care not only about sobriety, but safety as well. Not all sober housing can demonstrate that. We also train our House Managers at monthly workshops on various topics.

Twelve Step Education program receives no tax dollars through state or federal aid. We operate solely through fees paid and the generosity of private donors. That is why we are cost effective and make sure we get quality goods and services for our residences that represent excellent value.
   
   
   
  Our Relationships Provide More Services
   
  Residents of our Billerica & Woburn Sober Homes can have transportation to and from Bournewood Hospital's Day Program. Independent services at Bournewood in Woburn include:
 
  • Medical/Psychiatric Evaluation and Monitoring
  • Individual Therapy Group Therapy
  • Psychological Testing Referral Services
  • Referral Services
  • Mindfulness Meditation
   
 
  We need your help!!! Winters are usually harsh in New England and heating oil is more expensive than ever. We take every energy saving measure possible, but we still need help to keep our homes warm in the winter. Won't you show our residents that you care with a donation to our Heating Fund? Any donation, regardless of size will help us to keep our residents safe and warm over the winter months. Thank you for your generosity!
 

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   Click on the links below to learn more
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