ABOUT VANDERBURGH HOUSE
Located in the Worcester, Massachusetts area, Vanderburgh House is a sober living community for adults. In order to stay at the facility, residents are required to work or volunteer at least 24 hours a week, or be participating in an approved full-time outpatient treatment program.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
Vanderburgh House’s sober living homes offer men and women the structure and supportive group environment needed to develop skills for successful independent living.
While enrolled, residents must remain substance-free, adhere to random drug testing and breathalyzer tests, and complete all chores assigned to them. They must also attend regular 12-step meetings and weekly house meetings.
Each home is overseen by full-time house managers.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
Vanderburgh House offers five gender-specific five sober homes (three for men, two for women), located in Worcester, Springfield, Dudley, Holden, and Southbridge. Along with shared bedrooms and bathrooms, they feature communal space, including full kitchens. All residents are responsible for buying and preparing their own food.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
While Rehabs.com has not received any reviews from Vanderburgh House alumni, the facility earned an average rating of five out of five stars based on eight Google reviews and a 4.6 out of five star rating based on the opinions of 14 people on Facebook, which the facility may manage.
Across both sites, former clients described the sober living community as safe, comfortable, and supportive living options for people in recovery. "If it wasn't for the safety and well run houses such as this one I would have never stayed sober. I owe alot to thus house and I am soo grateful to be part of this sober community," Deedee wrote in a representative review.
In addition to a one-time non-refundable fee of $200, residents are required to pay rent each Friday. Rent ranges between homes, with some triple-occupancy rooms set at $150 a week and double-occupancy rooms at $160.
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