Maverick Men’s House
138 Chelsea Street, East Boston, Boston, MA, USA
Certification: Not Certified
Sober House Description:
Maverick Men’s House is a men’s sober house in East Boston, MA.
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.
Sober living homes are group residences for people who are recovering from addiction. In most instances, people who live in sober homes have to follow certain house rules and contribute to the home by doing chores. Most importantly, residents must stay sober throughout their stay in the home.
OneSober is dedicated to assisting men and women in their journey of recovery. If you are serious about your sobriety and want a safe and friendly place to continue your recovery, you will find it here. We are all related through a common disease and a deep desire to establish a new life based on self respect, integrity and dedication to substance free living while helping others.
We are a place for you to develop coping skills that will help you master the social and professional demands of society. We are a place for you to find peace and safety to function in a drug and alcohol free environment and you need to care for the house and yourself accordingly. You are responsible for your own actions. Accountability is a common value shared by the entire community. Willingness and cooperation are the basic requirements shared by all members.
The goal of OneSober is to be a zero tolerance community. That means if you make a decision to use alcohol or illegal drugs/substances, without a verifiable clinician’s prescription, you will be subject to termination of your membership and immediate expulsion for the safety of yourself and the other members of the community.
House members support each other like a family, that is, a close group of individuals living and working toward a common goal: continued sobriety. You are responsible for maintaining an understanding of the defined rules, requirements, and practices necessary to ensure a clean and sober environment.
We expect members to attend school, work or do a combination of these things, which consists of a full day’s activities. Recovery is the #1 priority above all else. We recommend that you attend A.A., N.A. or 12 STEP, religious meetings or clinical group therapy at least twice a week, have a sponsor and be working on your recovery because sobriety is our primary purpose.
Sober Living Home Operator Information:
Phone: (617) 610-0053