ASL 174 North Washington St
174 North Washington Street, North Attleborough, MA, USA
The Association for Sober Living Inc., or ASL, is a recovery house for men in North Attleboro, MA. They offer two living spaces on North Washington Street. The ASL focuses on providing a structured, drug-free living environment to ensure their residents stay sober. They offer therapy for addressing resident’s “wreckage of the past” associated with drug and alcohol abuse. Each house offers fitness, group and individual therapy, and individualized treatment all as a part of their sober home. The all-men sober homes provide common dining rooms and on-site fitness rooms for residents.
The ASL is a certified Sober Home with MASH (Massachusetts Alliance for Sober Housing). The MASH/NARR Standards promote safe living environments and community-based networking of quality recovery support services for those with substance abuse disorders. MASH Certification of Massachusetts sober homes meeting the NARR Standards ensures an availability of recovery-oriented housing to meet the needs of persons in recovery.
The Association for Sober Living Inc. gives residents the tools and support they need to become sober. Living in their sober homes has turned the lives of many men around for the better. Upon entering the ASL, the primary focus is integration into a structured living environment. The residents are assisted in utilizing a peer support system made up entirely of fellow addicts in recovery.
Some highlights include:
Individualized Treatment – Length of substance abuse and addiction treatment varies with the needs of each resident. The resident may stay in their Recovery Houses up to one year if needed.
Sober Social Skills Enhancement – Residents are encouraged to participate with one another in social events such as softball, basketball, cookouts, weight lifting, camping, etc. The ASL sponsors a yearly canoe trip on the Saco River for all residents and graduates.