12-Step Guidance & Support
Mandatory & Random Drug & Alcohol Tests
Large Community Of Women
Our Proven Process
On-Site House Managers
Each woman will be held accountable for
- Clean organized rooms
- Obtain a female 12 step sponsor with-in 30 days
- Obtain employment/education/outpatient program within 30 days
- Community time
- Chores will be assigned
Transportation Services - MBTA - Location
Focused Healing On Mind, Body, And Spirit
Substance abuse is a devastating disease which affects the addicted person’s mind, body and spirit. After receiving treatment for substance abuse and putting the drugs and alcohol down, we’ve found we are only scratching the surface of the problem. We have to find a way to heal from all the pain and anguish that the addiction caused. Since the addiction affected you in body, mind, and spirit, it’s essential to find ways to heal all three of these systems. 12 step based programs focuses on all three aspects and our house
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How often will be drug tested and/or alcohol screened?
Q: Can I have a car? Is parking available?
Q: Can my kids visit me?
Q: How long will I stay?
Q: Are the houses co-ed?
About the house
Our Approach & Design
Over 30 Years In Recovery !!!
What Our Women are Saying
Today my life looks a lot different. I have a career in which I love, I have my daughter back full time in my custody “she is my whole entire world”, I have a god of my understanding who helps me walk through life’s challenges so I’m never alone. I am engaged to a man who understands me and accepts me for who I am. I wake up each day and I don’t obsess about a substance which is a miracle. I am a better me because of this treatment center. “My daughter doesn’t know it yet but she will be forever grateful to Sheri and this house”.. I am a living miracle..
Living here has changed the way I approach sobriety and the way I approach the world. Being sober is no longer a separate part of my life, it’s an integrated part of my life that feels comfortable and easy. Being an alcoholic may always be a part of me, but it does not define me – and now neither does my sobriety. I’m grateful for this chance that Hope Beyond Hope has given me and cannot wait to see what great things will come my way because of this opportunity.