Immediate openings are available at Zack's House, our staffed, transitional residential program for young men 18 to 25 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.
- completed a detox
- actively participating in recovery services or have completed a recovery program
- voluntary and willing to abide by house rules
- active participation in a productive day: employment, school, volunteer work, recovery activities, etc.
- first and last months rent down payment required
$650/month for a single room, $450/month for a double room. Limited scholarship assistance available for the down payment with a qualifying application.
Please fill out our application and fax to Frank Campos, Supportive Case Manager, at 978-937-2559.
NEED MORE INFORMATION?
For further information, you can call Frank Campos at 978-455-8516 or Diana Newell, Senior Director of Residential Services, at 978-459-8656 x143.
Meet Zack's House staff: Scott Wallace, part-time clinical director, Frank Campos, full-time case manager & recovery coach, and Salasie Djoktoe, part-time house manager.
THE STORY OF ZACK'S HOUSE
The name “Zack’s House” is a tribute to the memory of Zachary Gys, a beloved twenty-one-year-old Lowellian who succumbed to a drug overdose in 2013. His family and friends recognized the gap in services for this young adult population and founded Zack’s Team Foundation. This foundation has partnered with Lowell House to provide additional housing for young men from the Greater Lowell area. Each young man will have completed a detox and is actively participating in recovery services or completed a recovery program. It is expected that each young man has the desire to continue living and working on their own recovery in a community setting that fosters such growth.