Serenity House has an 18-year history of providing services to women living in recovery from past addictions to drugs and alcohol. The program serves a broad cross-section of the community, including those that have a long history of homelessness.p>
Serenity House residential program provides treatment and case management services for up to 35 women including up to four slots for pregnant and post-partum women. Comprehensive services include:
Any woman who is over the age of eighteen years of age with a desire for living a drug free lifestyle may voluntarily enter the Serenity House program. We are committed to providing services with full attention to a person’s dignity and affirm that all women should have access to treatment regardless of ethnicity or cultural beliefs, physical capabilities or sexual orientation.
To make a referral call Serenity House at (508) 435-9040 or fax a psychological assessment, history, physical and recent PPD (1yr.) to (508) 435-2008. After faxing required information individual should follow up with Serenity House for a phone intake.
Serenity House is located in a serene, residential setting in the greater MetroWest region of Massachusetts, close to recreational areas and public transportation. For directions and more information, please call us at (508) 435-9040.
Serenity House will accept in-kind donations of new or gently-used items to prepare our residents for their transition or to help make their lives more comfortable during their stay at the program. Items including professional clothing for interviews and newly-acquired employment, personal care items and household items for those getting ready to transition to their own housing are always in need. In addition, some of our participants would benefit from cribs, crib mattresses, strollers, clothing for children ages 0 – 1 and maternity wear. These items are always needed and very much appreciated by our residents. In addition, we will accept donations of food, art and office supplies, and some furniture as well as cash donations to help defray the costs of program-related expenses.