House is a recovery home. It exists to help alcoholics
and addicts reintegrate into the community as sober
individuals, involved family members, and contributing
citizens. Hurley House provides a critical element in
the continuum of care in the recovery from the disease
House provides the link between detoxification,
incarceration, or homelessness and aftercare services
including outpatient counseling, supportive housing,
and job training. Hurley House maintains long-standing
relationships with community health, social services,
and self-help groups in order to provide a network of
assistance to recovering alcoholics and addicts.
Hurley House achieves the successful reintegration of men affected by alcoholism and addiction into their families, jobs, and communities. We do this by creating a structured recovery atmosphere where our program of counseling and group meetings gives each resident an opportunity to become a contributing member of society.