Freedom House offers 2 recovery houses, 1 transitional house, and 3 sober houses!
The Freedom House Recovery Houses are houses for women in the early stages of recovery from drug and alcohol abuse. Our houses provide a structured environment where residents can grow in their recovery, while re-establishing a normal life in our community. Helen Maloney established the Freedom House Recovery Houses for women in 1999, when she recognized a lack of recovery houses in the area. After much success with the Freedom House Recovery Houses, she then moved on to provide an additional transitional step for those still seeking a structured life in sobriety, and therefore created the Freedom House Sober House. There are three Freedom House Sober Houses in the area. There are two mens sober houses, one in Bucks County as well as one in Philadelphia. There is also a womens sober house which is located in Bucks County. These houses offer the support of fellow sober residents while maintaining less structure than the recovery houses.
All recovery houses admit residents ages 18 and older. Our residents have come from all socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds. The two common threads connecting all of our residents are that they are women and men in search of recovery. Our houses have welcomed not only residents local to our area,but also from many other areas in the United States. While recovery from addiction is primarily an individual responsibility, the program, residents and culture of the Freedom Houses produce a favorable environment in which people can make the lasting changes needed to live a full and productive life. Our long term statistics indicate a success rate among our graduates that exceeds those of comparable facilities.
Please contact Helen Maloney for vacancies and to set up an interview: