Beacon House was founded in 1997 to provide men suffering from alcohol and drug addiction with a safe, structured and accountable living environment.  We are the next step after treatment on the recovery continuum of care for individuals seeking long-term recovery support in the community. Our goal is to return men to a sober, independent and productive life.  We use a transitional living model and provide residents in their first year of sobriety assertive referrals to intensive outpatient treatment (IOP), life skills education and case management, and peer support. Beacon House has played a critical role in the success of thousands of people in their path to recovery.


“I have done more with my life and state of emotions in the past 9 months than I have in the past 15 years. I have made some of the best friends I’ll ever have, made huge strides in my career choices and I have no urge to use drugs or drink.”


“I have gained some of the greatest friendships that I know are going to last. I have also gained the longest period of sobriety in my life.” – 11/29/17


“I have gained the foundation and knowledge needed to stay sober. I have gained friends and the ability to stand on my own two feet.”


“I was lucky enough to come from rehab for a tour…I knew returning home would be less than beneficial to my sobriety.” – 11/29/17


“I love this place and what it has brought to my life.”- 12/12/17