Are you a state agency, licensed provider, individual, or family looking for a MASH-certified sober home? Search our directory to find a list of all MASH-certified sober homes. All MASH-certified sober homes follow the National Alliance for Recovery Residences (NARR) standards https://ecosoberhouse.com/article/making-living-amends-during-addiction-recovery/ and have been independently inspected. A $483,840 grant from the Office of Justice Programs Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funding will help extend sober housing for probationers through “most of 2020,” according to Michael Coelho, Deputy Commissioner-Programs.
The sober housing was scheduled to expire at the end of August. However, the grant secured by the Massachusetts Parole Board, will open up approximately 360 beds for probationers and individuals mash sober housing leaving prison or other facilities and are re-entering society. Members houses have all been inspected and certified as being in compliance with the standards that MASH has established.
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All member organizations have signed a code of ethics document, and all house managers have completed one or more training sessions. To improve your search results use quotation marks when searching for a specific phrase. All of the homes in the MASH network have been inspected and received a passing grade for a set of standards we insist members uphold in their homes.