Phoenix House Cornerstone, a 12-bed sober living facility in Northfield, New Hampshire, recently opened its doors to provide recovery housing for adult men who have completed treatment for substance abuse, but need a structured, supportive environment to help them make the transition to independent living.
Support for those in the early stages of recovery from addiction
Recovery housing is based on the belief that many individuals need to spend additional time in a stable, supportive environment in order to reinforce sobriety. Recovery housing provides assistance in maintaining a healthy, drug- and alcohol-free lifestyle. Phoenix Houses of New England has become a leader in providing this type of transitional living throughout the region.
Phoenix House Cornerstone is overseen by a housing coordinator and is located in a safe residential neighborhood within walking distance of public transportation. Residents come from all walks of life and backgrounds and have access to daily Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meetings, work opportunities, personal services, educational facilities, and recreational activities. Phoenix House Franklin Center, a nearby residential facility providing crisis intervention, detoxification, and short-term residential treatment, is also available to Cornerstone residents if additional support is needed. Random drug testing is performed by the housing coordinator and manager to help ensure sustained sobriety.
Phoenix Houses of New England is a leader in providing recovery housing throughout the region. If you or someone you love needs help in attaining or sustaining recovery from drugs or alcohol, please call 1 888 671 9392. Help is never more than a phone call away!