Boston, Massachusetts Halfway Houses

Call 1-888-676-1587 to speak with an alcohol or drug abuse counselor.

Our listings include
- Halfway houses
- Sober living homes
- Residential Re-entry

Many of these programs offer low-income and sliding scale payment programs.

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Re-entry Programs

Find local residential re-entry programs along with resources for employment, government aid, local services including non profit assistance.

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Casa Esperanza Inc

291 Eustis Street
Boston, MA - 02119
Casa Esperanza was created in 1984, as a grassroots response to the crisis of alcohol and drug abuse in the Latino community. Founded with the goal of treating those facing barriers to accessing care, and with a firm belief in the ability of each individual to transform their life, Casa Esperanza began by reaching out to those most in need.

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Dimock Community Health Center

41 Dimock Street
Boston, MA - 02119

Gavin Foundation Inc

58 Old Colony Avenue
Boston, MA - 02127

Hope House Inc Recovery Home

8 Farnham Street
Boston, MA - 02119

Middlesex Human Service Agency Inc Answer House Recovery Home

5 G Street
Boston, MA - 02127

Victory Programs Inc

22 and 24 Windermere Road
Boston, MA - 02125

Victory Programs Inc Victory HouseRecovery Home

566 Massachusetts Avenue
Boston, MA - 02118
(617) 262-5032x

Volunteers of America Hello House

686 Massachusetts Avenue
Boston, MA - 02118
(617) 262-7142

What is a Halfway House

A halfway house or sober house, is a place where people recovering from addiction begin the process of reintegration with society, while still providing monitoring and support. There are also other types of halfway houses. See below.

Sober Living Home

There are thousands of halfway houses across the US. Our goal is to provide a free online directory of all halfway houses and sober houses to those seeking recovery from addiction.

Re-entry Programs

Re-entry programs provide different types of halfway housing for those leaving prison systems. They provide housing and treatment programs, work requirement programs, curfews, etc. See our listing pages for more information.

Residential Reentry Management Centers

Residential Reentry Management Centers are another name for halfway houses. Many help with employment programs. We list non profit and private halfway houses on our listing pages.