Rhodes House

Program Description/Services

Rhodes House is a residential social model program that provides treatment and case management services for up to 27 women. Comprehensive services include:

  • individual service planning
  • group education
  • skill development
  • 12-Step fellowship
  • vocational training
  • employment search
  • housing placement

Case managers provide advocacy and for medical, dental, mental health and legal issues that the client may have. The program supports a comprehensive approach to independent living and economic self-sufficiency

Eligibility Requirements

Any woman who is over the age of eighteen years of age with a desire for living a drug free lifestyle may voluntarily enter the Rhodes House Program. We are committed to providing services with full attention to a person’s dignity and affirm that all women should have access to treatment regardless of ethnicity or cultural beliefs, physical capabilities or sexual orientation. Rhodes House accepts Section 35 referrals.


Interested social service agencies or individuals should fax a copy of their psych-social assessment to (508) 581-9279. After faxing required information, follow up with Rhodes House Program Manager at (508) 581-7821.

Program Benefits

Rhodes House is a social model recovery home dedicated to providing a safe, stable, and nurturing environment to women in recovery. Primarily funded through the Department of Public Health, the program serves a broad cross-section of the community, including those that have a long history of homelessness.

Program Location

Rhodes to Recovery is located in a serene, residential setting in Millbury, MA. The area is close to recreational areas and public transportation, directly off Route 146 and a short distance from Millbury center.