About the House
A sober-living house is a supportive, clean and drug-free facility where people practice healthy living skills. Clients living in this environment are expected to remain drug and alcohol free and abstain from any type of addictive behavior, such as gambling, spending, sexual promiscuity, eating disorders, etc. Typically, when a person has completed a treatment or rehabilitation program, they are referred to a sober-living house. This house serves as a transitional living environment in between treatment and living on your own or returning to your prior residence.
The McCoy House for Sober Living is designed for women who have successfully completed inpatient treatment for addiction, trauma and abuse. The facility has two houses (The McCoy House and Mercy Lodge) on a 7.5-acre wooded property. We offer yoga, cooking classes, meditation and reflection groups, art therapy and equine therapy for the residents. We also have a low elements ropes course and a labyrinth on the property. The Real McCoy Thrift Store and Boutique, located a mile from our property, was opened as an extension of The McCoy House and is a place where residents can work and volunteer.
The McCoy House is fully furnished with hardwood floors throughout, five spacious bedrooms and four bathrooms. The home offers three large, comfortable living rooms; a large, fully-equipped modern kitchen; and a separate laundry room, which overlooks a patio and two ponds. The house also has an expansive, columned porch where residents can engage in relaxation and reflection.