Boston Sober Homes

Transitional Housing
Dorchester, MA
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12 Seaver St
Dorchester, MA - 02121

(857) 505-6893 Click to call There is 1 review. Scroll down to see it. info@bostonsoberhomes.com Website

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About Boston Sober Homes

Boston Sober Homes is a M.A.S.H certified sober housing company providing transitional living in a sober environment that promotes recovery from substance abuse. They have men's and women's homes available with 24 hr in home management and support. They provide clean, comfortable accommodations in a positive, sober environment to those seeking help in their recovery. Boston Sober Homes is a MASH certified transitional living house for those seeking a safe, supportive and sober environment. Their guests are serious about their sobriety and recovery! They have a mens house at 12 Seaver St in Dorchester and a womens home at 153 Ruthven St. Both are managed by MASH certified live in house managers. Their facilities are well maintained, beautiful Victorian homes with full kitchens living space, WiFi, flat screen HDTV in each room, air conditioning, on site laundry, parking and short walking distances to public transportation. They have urine screenings twice weekly as well as weekly recovery meetings. If you are serious about your recovery, please call us for availability.

Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.

There is 1 review

Anonymous - May 8, 2020

I was a resident at the women’s sober home for a couple of months. The woman who runs it has stolen from residents including myself ( I have filed a police report) and also many residents believe is using drugs herself. She allows certain women to use drugs on the premises as well. Because she is a narcissist and classic addict, she talks a great game but please beware, because by entering that house you expose yourself and loved ones to mental abuse and endanger your sobriety. There are better places and just because the facility is clean, does not mean the woman who manages it is.

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