Aspell Charlie's House for Sober Living - Jackson, Tennessee
331 N Highland Ave, Jackson, TN 38301, United States
Certification: Not Certified
Sober House Description:
About Aspell Charlie’s for House Sober Living
Charlie’s House, named for Charles Gay, was opened in 1999. It serves as a transitional living program for men who lack the support services that enable them to maintain a clean and sober lifestyle. It is self-funded through rent paid by residents. Charlie’s House allows residents to sharpen their recovery tools in the community while still providing the support of the treatment environment.
Aspell is the result of a dream shared by two recovering alcoholics – Bob Aspell and Charles Gay, Sr. Bob Aspell came to Jackson from Ohio as an alcoholic, homeless man. He got off the train at the Salvation Army in Jackson and eventually met Charlie, who had retired from the railway. Together, they cast the dream for an organization that could help house and feed men in tough situations. In 1975, Mr. Aspell passed away before the program began.
At Aspell sober living, we understand that we are being trusted with someone’s loved one; we don’t take that responsibility lightly!
Many of our staff members have traveled the path to recovery and, as a result, have an increased capacity for compassion. We utilize licensed and/or master level counselors.
Sober Living Home Operator Information:
Phone: (731) 427-7238