WOMEN'S PROGRAM

Making Recovery Possible.

Our mission is to make addiction recovery possible by providing compassion and guidance in a structured, sober living atmosphere. The Nicholas House's A.R.C. Theory of Recovery is a set of coordinated principles, commitments and expectations that ensure continuity, accountability and transformation in the lives of our Residents.

A.

Accountability

Accountability is the first phase of the ARC. Our goal is to work with Residents to establish attainable Recovery Goals, and to create an environment where those goals can be met and mastered.

R.

Responsibility

Responsibility is a vital principle in recovery. Our residents are required to follow through on progress toward completion of their recovery goals. This one is about walking the walk.

C.

Community

Community is paramount. Nobody recovers alone. Our Recovery Residences were built to support lasting unity on the path to lifelong wellness and addiction recovery. They were meant to stand together.

Women's Sober Living in Lancaster PA.

The Nicholas House is a PA sober living community where men and women seeking recovery are given the spiritual, emotional, environmental and supportive tools and opportunities to build a solid foundation for health and recovery. We offer a coordinated program for women seeking programs and resources for sober living in Lancaster PA. 

Life as a resident in our Lancaster PA women's sober living program begins with an intake interview where potential residents discuss ways to contribute to the unity of the sober living home. Once admitted, they share community living spaces, responsibilities and sober house resources under the guidance of a live-in women's house manager and a staff Program Director.

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Our Recovery Residences:

Fremont St., Lancaster

Fremont St, Lancaster PA 17602

Women's Sober Living in Lancaster PA

The Fremont Street house is our inaugural Lancaster PA Women's Sober Living Home. A large, fully furnished home located in the heart of Lancaster PA - one of the region's largest and most active addiction recovery communities - it offers access to a variety of employment opportunities, city amenities, recovery fellowship meetings and public transportation. Call today to schedule a tour.

Marshall St., Lancaster

339 Marshall Street, Lancaster PA 17602

The Marshall Street house is a Lancaster PA sober living home designed to support independent accountability in a communal living environment. Close to city amenities, public transportation, employment and recovery resources, it's an ideal place to begin the recovery journey.

Opportunities and Responsibilities.

Our PA Women's Sober Living program offers Recovery Houses & Sober Living in Lancaster PA. The women's program is resident-driven, meaning we aim to serve our residents; to enhance and aid in the recovery of everyone living in the Women's houses. Our program's core values are vital tools shared by each woman in the homes, including staff members.

While here, women are given opportunities to demonstrate their commitment to recovery. Each resident is responsible for:

  • Active work in a 12 Step Recovery Program
  • Participation in recommended continuing care programs
  • Maintenance of their Recovery Residence
  • Daily chores
  • Weekly house meetings

“The women here, my roommates, the house managers, the staff at The Nicholas House, they all truly care. Every time I’ve needed someone to help me figure out a problem – they came. I’m getting my life back together again, and I have nothing but good things to say about TNH.”

Andrea D.

Prior Resident

“I’ve been in the Nicholas House Women’s program for weeks now, and every day gets easier and better. Before I came here I didn’t know how to live. I didn’t think there was a place for me in recovery, but I’ve found my new home. I’m ready to start living again"

Rachel O.

Prior Resident

"I finally found a group of women to be my recovery family. The Nicholas House Women’s Sober Living program saved my life. I’m confident in my own recovery, and I know I can trust the people I share my house with.”

Samantha T.

Prior Resident