In recovery, it helps to be surrounded by people who are fighting the same fight. Your peers in residential housing can offer a powerful support system. They understand your struggles and are working toward the same healthy goals.
In a fight for your life, you need allies
For nearly 50 years, CHD has been operating residential recovery homes throughout Western Massachusetts.
Once referred to as “inpatient drug rehab,” we now understand that there’s much more to the healing process, so our language is evolving too.
Today, clients with substance use issues receive whole-person treatment, which addresses all physical, mental, and emotional needs. It’s challenging work, but the results can be profound.
Along with round-the-clock care from your medical team including intensive individual counseling, the support of your housemates can play an important role in your recovery.
Residential treatment offers:
While sharing your life with strangers may seem difficult, the connections you make here can be life-changing. In sharing our stories, we see we’re not alone in our struggles. In group therapy, you’ll gain new insights from fellow members, learn from their progress and setbacks, and build trusted bonds that may have been missing from your life.
Recovery coaches are mentors that bring lived experience to the picture. They’ve battled this disease and are succeeding in recovery. Your coach will support you in your journey and can also help with everyday responsibilities such as finding work and housing after treatment, reestablishing your finances, and navigating relationships with loved ones.
Our residential homes fit the unique needs of clients:
- Aster House welcomes male, female, and transgender clients, 18 and older, who’ve made significant progress in their recovery. Residents may stay for up to 12 months.
- Grace House is a residential treatment program open to mothers, 18 and older, in early recovery. Mothers and their children, 17 or younger, typically stay for 6 to 9 months.
- Two Rivers Recovery Center for Women allows mothers with children one year or younger to live together during treatment. Moms can stay for as long as 12 months.
- Goodwin House is a 90-day residential treatment center designed for young men aged 13 to 17.
Residential treatment allows you to focus full-time on yourself and your recovery.
Free from outside triggers and temptations, you’ll have the time and space to better understand this disease, learn healthy coping strategies, and lay the foundation for a productive, fulfilling life.
CHD is a leading inpatient substance use center in Western Massachusetts. Reach out today.
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