The H.O.W. House is a 12-step based sober-living home for women in Boston, MA.

Established in 2010, the H.O.W. House has helped countless women struggling with addiction find a new way of life by providing structure and accountability.

"We will forever be grateful to the H.O.W. House for making our beautiful daughter the person she is today. She is now happy, healthy, successful and sponsors others who are struggling. The H.O.W. House has also succeeded in improving our relationship as a family."
- Parents of Guest
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The H.O.W. House2 weeks ago
In order to continue to support our families in need, we will be offering a virtual meeting once a week, held on Wednesdays, 6:00pm-7:30pm, starting today. Any family members interested in attending via computer or phone, please email us at so we can provide you with the invitation link and instructions on how to join 💚
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The H.O.W. House3 months ago
Sixth Annual 12 Step Group for loved ones of addicts and alcoholics starts up January 25th and meets 10am - noon every other Saturday at Salem Hospital

Sign up by sending a message to the following facilitators:
Vicky Hoey at or (781) 223-4394
Lisa Loreti at or (508) 517-4600
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The H.O.W. House4 months ago
As its name implies, Cradles to Crayons Massachusetts focuses on children in low-income or impoverished areas up to age 12 by providing them with the items they need to thrive at home, at school, and at play. The organization primarily collects items through grassroots fundraisers, and organizes and distributes them through their main warehouse in Brighton.

Cradles to Crayons accepts a wide range of new or nearly new items including clothing, diapers, toiletries, shoes, toys, craft supplies, and books. You can find the full list of accepted items here:

Dig through your basement/attic/kid's closet for clothes they've outgrown and pick a day to volunteer at the Giving Factory! If you can't volunteer your time, purchase urgent items such as toiletries, new underwear or socks! H.O.W. House truly enjoys supporting such a well-run non-profit; spending time at their Giving Factory will warm your heart!
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The H.O.W. House4 months ago
Please consider supporting The Family Restored scholarship fund which provides access to solid, twelve-step treatment for people suffering from addiction. Countless H.O.W. House women have received assistance from The Family Restored; they recovered and now lead beautifully full lives.