Accommodations and Amenities
The facility has a total of 17 beds in residential accommodations with shared rooms. While the majority of bedrooms have two beds each, there is also a three-person room available. Amenities include on-site laundry, a work-out room and common areas where clients can relax during downtime. The home is within close walking distance of many localmeetings. Residents are expected to cook their own meals in the house kitchen, though clients run the house themselves so cooking and cleaning duties are often split amongst residents.
Rules and Regulations
In general, Orange Recovery House has many of the standard requirements for sober living facilities, such as maintaining sobriety and abiding by house behavioral rules. Residents generally stay for six to 10 months, though they may live at the house for up to a year. As mentioned, clients run the house using a social model, which includes discipline for infractions and so on. Since the property is owned by Franklin County Housing Authority, sex offenders, arsonists or men with a history of assault are not eligible.
Its parent company also offers a number of additional community-focused services includingtreatment and sober living facilities for women. Those seeking are encouraged to attend the outpatient program at a rate.
Overall, the Orange Recovery House is a sober living that allows residents a great degree of personal freedom. Clients support one another in sobriety and participate in 12-step recovery while gaining life skills to help them reintegrate into society. For men looking for a longer term recovery option in western Massachusetts, Orange Recovery House is worth considering.
Orange Recovery House
35 Congress St
Orange, MA 01364
Orange Recovery House Cost: State-funded; sliding scale. Reach Orange Recovery House by phone at (978) 544-6507. Find Orange Recovery House via ServiceNet on , , and
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