Newfound Recovery Residences

Newfound Recovery Residences

603 266 1245

23 Elm St
Northfield, NH - 03276


We are committed to helping women continue their journey of recovery from the grips of alcohol and other drugs and to reinforcing their individual strengths. We do this in the safety of a structured home, and with the support of peers, volunteers and mentors. You are welcome for as long as you need provided you stay sober and are a responsible member of the community.

There is a proven long term recovery solution for those who want it. It\\\\\\'s a simple 12 step program and the willingness to ask for help, help yourself, and help each other foster security, respect, stability and spiritual growth in recovery.

Becoming a resident is based on screening to ensure community safety and appropriateness based on stage of recovery and compatibility as a group. Everyone is expected to seek community support (local 12 step groups) and to work, attend school, and / or volunteer and, of course, have some fun in recovery.

Structured Sober Living for Women

You can confidently continue your journey with a family of women, who, like you, are in recovery. Women of dignity & respect helping each other. Women becoming powerful examples of the power to change if they are willing to work a simple program of recovery.

Work and live your 12 step program, ones step, one goal and one day at a time. You work it individually, with the house manager, with your sponsor, with your recovery house peers, and with the local recovery community. Learning to accept life on life\\\\\\'s terms. Learning new habits for a lifelong recovery.

Women\\\\\\'s Recovery and Healing Continues After Treatment

Successful recovery and healing for women does not stop abruptly after the completion of an in-patient program. While these programs are an important intervention, and discuss the dangers of substance abuse, as well as introduce concepts of recovery - there is no substitute for applying those concepts so they become lifelong habits. That process of change requires time and effort as well as support. A balance of independent living and structure along with continuing relationships with women mentors and peers (some developed in treatment), helps to reduce the chance of relapse, and reinforces a life of recovery habits. This type of transition back into the \\\\\\\"real world\\\\\\\" provides a better chance for success.

Many women who complete even a 30- to 90-day program of alcohol and/or drug rehabilitation benefit from choosing to move into a sober living home until they accomplish at least a year of sobriety time and a higher level of quality & completeness of program work. The recovery residence (aka, sober house) allows women to move back toward an independent lifestyle, taking on employment, schooling, and other responsibilities, while maintaining a familiar support network. As life changes from protective rehabilitation or in patient environment, it is more important than ever to have structure, accountability, responsibilities, reinforcement of healthy sober habits and other constant elements of strength in recovery.

We have made Cornerstone House a women only home in order to remove many of the typical inhibitions and issues associated with inter-gender interactions. Gender specific programs help reduce distractions and keep the focus on recovery.Often women are survivors of trauma, abuse, addiction, violence, suicide, and illnesses they may have encountered in life. Women in recovery are survivors who deserve praise, support, dignity and respect - not shame and blame.

A recreation room offers the opportunity for meditation, reiki, yoga, exercise and serenity.
Meeting rooms and a private office are for your convenience and use with your sponsor, local volunteers and drug and alcohol counselors who may visit the house.

Call or email for pricing and availability and with any questions.


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