High Watch Recovery Center
High Watch Recovery Center has an 80-year history of healing that is deeply rooted in the Twelve Steps. Founded by Bill Wilson, Marty Mann and other early AA pioneers, High Watch and its family of staff and alumni are a major driver of successful recovery in the Northeastern United States and across the entire nation.
Friendly House, founded in 1951 was the first Residential Program for women recovering from substance and alcohol abuse in the United States. Friendly House is an affordable, women’s only Residential Detox, Addiction Treatment Program, and Sober Living.
Founded in 1914, The Midnight Mission offers paths to self-sufficiency to men, women and children who have lost direction. Our emergency services and 12-step recovery, family living, job training, education and workforce development programs offer a compassionate bridge to achieve and maintain healthy, productive lives. We remove obstacles and provide the accountability and structure that people who are experiencing homelessness need to be productive in their communities. Our conviction and commitment to their success define us.
CRI-Help’s treatment approach addresses the biological, psychological, and spiritual root of addiction. Our 50-year legacy and the countless lives we’ve changed is proof that recovery is possible.
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