Lowell House Inc. provides a continuum of residential recovery options to support healthy, sober living across a lifetime. For more information contact Senior Director of Residential Services, Diana Newell at 978-459-8656 x143.
Men's Recovery Home
The Men's Recovery Home is located on the grounds of the Tewksbury Hospital and provides substance abuse treatment to individuals struggling with addictions. The program continues to provide critical housing and supportive services to over twenty-four men in early recovery, 18 years and older. It serves as a centerpiece in the drug and alcohol recovery program in the city. Residents work as they prepare to return to the community, independent and substance free. For more more information, you can call Lisa McManus, Admissions Coordinator, at 978-459-3371. [Read More]
Glenice Sheehan Women's Program
The Glenice Sheehan Women's Program is also on the grounds of the Tewksbury Hospital, and provides an innovative and unique residential program serving chronic substance abusing women 18 years and older. It promotes a true “social model” of graduated care, designed to return women to complete, sober functioning. Participants are prompted to return to their community as contributing members of their communities. [Read More]
Immediate openings are available at Zack's House, our staffed, transitional residential program for seven young men 18 to 26 years old to live and grow in a sober environment. Lowell House provides supportive case management and programs in a beautiful, completely renovated home in the Pawtucketville area of Lowell, MA. If interested, fill out an application for Zack's House and fax to 978-937-2559. Contact Frank Campos, Supportive Case Manager at 978-455-8516 or Diana Newell, Senior Director of Residential Services 978-459-8656 x143. [Read More]
The mission of LHI Sober Houses is to provide a physically and emotionally safe, secure, and respectful home environment to foster an alcohol and drug-free lifestyle for all members. Each LHI Sober Home is a group of individuals who share a common desire to stay clean and sober, a commitment to honoring the house rules and participating in the house decision-making process. Sober housing is an option that offers individuals peer-to-peer support to maintain long-term recovery. Sober House Application for Hanover House and Saving Grace
Hanover House (Men's Sober Home, ages 18 and above)
Hanover House provides permanent sober housing for 6 men. The house is located in a unique neighborhood adjacent to the downtown shopping and business area, and within walking distance to the north campus of the University of Massachusetts. Some of the criteria for residency are having 6-months sober time pre-admission, evidence of an active individualized recovery plan, proof of income, and a willingness to abide by house rules and be an active participant in the sober living community.
Saving Grace (Women's Sober Home, ages 18 and above)
Saving Grace provides permanent sober housing for women. This large Victorian house located in a quiet residential neighborhood is close to public transportation. Some of the criteria for residency are having 6-months sober time pre-admission, evidence of an active individualized recovery plan, proof of income, and a willingness to abide by house rules and be an active participant in the sober living community.