Help Support the Work that Gives so Much to Families and the Communities where They Live.
  Twelve Step Education Program of New England is a tax exempt 501 (c)(3) non-profit educational corporation. We get no federal or state funding so we count on the generosity of corporate and individual donors in order to continue to serve the men and women who come through our doors looking to stay sober. Many of our residents were from the homeless population. Many more would be homeless if they could not count on the clean, safe, sober living environments that we provide. In addition, many of our residents are dual diagnosed, disabled, or have HIV.

Why not give a helping hand to men and women who are so desperately trying to change their lives to become healthier and sober? Help us to help them learn how to re-connect with their families, maintain steady employment, and live every day - "one day at a time". Your generosity is needed to continue "Phil's Dream" of a helping hand and a sober bed for anyone who needs one. Help us save lives "one person at a time".

  • $25 donation will help to buy household supplies for a week for one house
  • $50 donation will feed one of our small sober homes for a week
  • $130 donation will provide sober living with meals for one week for one man or woman
  • $563 donation will provide sober living with meals for one month for one man or woman
  • $100 donation will subsidize living expenses for up to 10 people for one week
  • $500 will pay for electricity for one of our large sober homes for half a month
  • $1100 wil buy fuel oil for one of our large sober homes for one month
  • $2000 wil pay our water and sewer costs for one quarter
  • $2500 will feed all of our 270 residents for one month

Please consult with a tax professional as to the extent your contribution is tax deductible.
Mail your contribution to:

Twelve Step Education Program
317 Boston Road
Billerica, MA 01821

Give now using your Master Card or Visa!

Thank you for your generosity!

  This is a wish list for the men & women in our houses. Any items you could provide would be appreciated.
Clothing Kitchen Needs Office Supplies
Socks, T-shirts, underwear Cleaning Supplies Copy paper, envelopes
Sweatshirts and sweaters Paper products Fax machines, pens, pads of paper
Jeans and casual pants Produce, meats, deli, canned goods Computers, printers
Toiletries Large Items Other Needs
Deodorant, shampoo Commercial Stove, dishwasher Books, magazines, games
Toothbrushes, toothpaste Freezers, large refrigerators Blankets & new beddings
Brushes & combs Beds, mattresses, bureaus Labor: plumbing, carpentry, electrical
  We would like to thank the following for their generous support!
  Kiwanis Club of Everett MA
Building 19 Foundation
Roche Brothers
New Balance
Boston Federal Savings Bank
Alpha Industries
Medford Bank
Walmart Tewksbury
Walmart Hudson, NH
Renaissance Hotels
New England Coffee Company
Catalano Market
Modern Assistance Program
Atlantic Seacove Inc.
Stop & Shop
Reades Services
Sheet Metal Workers Union
Dunkin Donuts
IBEW Local 103
Costco, Danvers
Pepperidge Farm Thrift Store, Middleton
Stoneham Savings Bank
Target, Inc., Woburn
Jacobi and Associates
The American Legion, Post 95
Casual Male Big & Tall, Burlington
Prema and Sreni Srinivasan
Very Fine Juice Company
Walmart Chelmsford
Summerfield Suites Hotel
Sierra Hotels
BJ's Wholesale Stores
Coffee Break Cafe
Home Depot
Star Market
Bay Shore Construction
Super Chef
Mass. Coalition for the Homeless
JJD Towing
VFW Post 2346, Saugus
O'Connor True Value Hardware
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