After you've committed to changing your life, Normandy House for Men and Women should be an essential part of your recovery plan.
About Your Recovery
How Can We Help?
Normandy House is committed to helping people stay sober. We provide structure, a place to live, personal support, community and safety. A desire to maintain sobriety is the most important qualification to live at Normandy House.
In addition to our core services, staff provides individualized support. We can help connect you with a sponsor, meetings, and other resources you need to grow. Residents must be drug & alcohol free. If you're still actively using and need information on how to detox, we can connect you to people who can help.
Start Your Journey Here
Take the first step toward a new life.
Acceptance in Normandy House begins with a telephone call. Prospective residents are welcome and encouraged to visit before making a commitment. Call us for more information or to set up a tour.
Most residents live in the house for a minimum of two months. Some stay upwards of a year of more, giving all the ability to interact with peers in a variety of stages of recovery.
Change Your Thinking
Join the sober world.
No matter how good you feel after getting sober, addiction lurks. Intensive participation in aftercare for at least one year is one of the best indicators of long-term sobriety. Surround yourself with opportunities to integrate a better you into your everyday life. Participation in a sober community is one of the best ways to reset your world free of addictive behaviors.
Relapse is life-threatening.
People who relapse often die from medical problems, suicide, overdose or accidents. Many who do not die end up incarcerated or face serious mental health issues. Avoiding relapse involves untraining old habits, learning better ways to cope with feelings, and managing situations and triggers that lead to using. There is no better place to transform an addict than a positive sober community like Normandy House.
Ready for the next step? Get started now.
Contact use for information on starting your journey to a healthy, sober lifestyle.