Grace House

Designed from the ground up with mothers and families in mind, this residential treatment program in Western MA is like no other.

For moms in recovery, one of the biggest challenges is caring for yourself while you care for your children. We know what you’re going through and we’re here to help.

Join Other Moms In Recovery

Grace House is one of the few residential treatment programs designed for moms in Western Massachusetts.

Located in Northampton, with room for 14 families, Grace House invites residents to share resources and build a close-knit sober community. We are a licensed recovery program funded by the Department of Public Health.

As a therapeutic setting, we strive to provide each family with a safe, nurturing environment where moms and their children can experience success. Our clinical and supportive services are always available to offer guidance and work through setbacks.

At Grace House, your days will be centered on group therapy, recovery meetings, and sessions with your counselor. As you navigate recovery, you’ll have the time and space to grow emotionally, socially, and spiritually.

Grace House offers:

  • AA/NA groups
  • Relapse prevention
  • High-quality childcare
  • GED prep courses
  • Yoga and other wellness practices
  • Help caring for and maintaining custody of your child
  • Assistance finding safe, stable housing
  • Tools for getting back into the workforce
  • Ongoing addiction treatment and support

There’s nothing more important to a child than the love of a healthy role model. We’ll support your recovery, so you can be that person to your kids.

Central Registration Desk

Please call this number for information about programs, services, and more.

Righting the wrongs

Drinking in high school transformed Victoria into a “social butterfly,” she recalls. Before long, however, life was full of unexpected sorrows.

Carrying a baby to term at 19 while hooked on Percocet … becoming addicted to cocaine … snorting heroin … weighing 98 pounds for her first stint in rehab … being involuntarily institutionalized by her mother … being revived by Narcan at 21.

“I was so sick in my head. The disease took over,” she says.

 

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