17 Maple Avenue, Northampton, MA, USA
The Maple House is a co-ed sober house in Northampton, MA. They provide men and women in recovery a safe space to grow with each other. The Maple House aims to provide a physically and emotionally safe, secure, and respectful home environment to foster an alcohol and drug-free lifestyle for all members. This sober home is comprised of 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 living houses, also called sober homes and sober living environments, are facilities that provide safe housing and supportive, structured living conditions for people exiting drug rehabilitation programs. Sober houses serve as a transitional environment between such programs and mainstream society.
Eligibility for Maple House: Men and women at least 18 years-old who were formerly homeless; show a commitment to recover and sober living; minimum of six months drug/alcohol free; willing and able to live in shared housing. Must have some income and commitment to a job, education, and capacity to pay rent (or have a subsidy voucher). Permanent supportive housing with case management for individuals in recovery from substance use. Shared housing in a two-floor duplex with three individual bedrooms and a shared common area.