East Boston Sober Living

Our East Boston house is a comfy three family home with three individual apartments all living together as one sober family. Located minutes from the MBTA blue line, 1 stop to downtown Boston, all the basic necessities and more are in walking distance from our sober home — a great place to get on your feet and move forward with a completely sober future.

16 beds, double occupancy and single occupancy rooms.

$160.00 per week for double/$170.00 for a single.

$250 Registration fee

Intake Amount due is first week plus registration fee. (Ask about discount for Veterans and SSI/SSDI)

Intakes are held any day, 7 days a week, between 4:00 pm and 7:00 pm.

Living a sober and drug free lifestyle in our East Boston sober home includes:

  • Commuter friendly
  • Fully furnished
  • Cable TV included
  • Wi-fi included
  • Live-in house manager
  • Ample quiet space
  • Food stamp assistance available
  • Overnights are allowed
  • Working full time is permitted instantly
  • We Now Accept M.M.T & Suboxone as long as they are Monitored Treatment Programs

*Residents must bring their own linen and towels, toiletries, and food.

Sobriety and addiction recovery resources in East Boston Area

AA Meetings (verified as of November 27, 2017)

Salesian Boys & Girls Club of East Boston, 150 Byron Street. Sundays 7:30pm–9:00pm
(617) 567-6626
14 porter Street. Thursdays 6:30 PM

Grace Church, 758 Saratoga Street. Saturdays 7:00pm
(617) 569-5358

Narcotics Anonymous Meetings

East Boston Social Center, 68 Central Square. Monday 6:30pm (617)569-3221


Santarpio's Pizza
View of Downtown Boston from Lopresti Park

About East Boston

The vibrant East Boston neighborhood offers a wide range of restaurants and cuisines as well asrecreational activities, and one of the most beautiful waterfronts in the City. East Boston homes mix the old with the new, and include many restored triple-deckers. Residents enjoy waterfront views of the City skyline from across Boston Harbor. They also have access to the beach by way of a scenic and brand-new greenway.

Just a few of the most famous area attractions:

World Famous Santarpio’s Pizza
Some say it’s one of Boston’s most famous restaurants. Located at 111 Chelsea St. it was originally established in 1903. Still owned and operated by the Santarpio family, the award winning pizzeria is prized for its pies but also serves an assortment of other foods.

LoPresti Park
LoPresti Park, is a newly refurbished, 4-acre waterfront park in the Maverick Square area. It’s one of East Boston’s several great outdoor recreation spots and boasts fantastic views, basketball courts (well lighted for night games), a street hockey rink, a cutting-edge artificial turf soccer field, and fantastic areas for jogging or walking along one of the best views of the Boston skyline available anywhere in the city.

Useful East Boston Links

City of Boston East Boston Page https://www.boston.gov/neighborhood/east-boston

East Boston Wikipedia page https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/East_Boston

Boston Mayor Walsh’s East Boston liaison is JOSE (JESÚS) GARCIA-MOTA.

AA Central Service Committee of Eastern Mass https://www.aabosmeetings.org/search.aspx