To Request A Tour Contact:
Michelle Dunn, Director of Community Engagement or click here.
For Intakes Call: 978-632-4574
Pathway House is a highly structured residential treatment program that gives adult men an opportunity to address their substance use disorders and adopt a new and healthy lifestyle.
New residents work with staff at intake to identify their personal goals and develop an individual treatment plan. A successful treatment plan will include a program of recovery, employment, healthy family and personal relationships, a solid support network, and strong connections to the community.
Being connected to your community, having a purpose each day, and being productive are core elements of our philosophy. Pathway House does not require residents to be employed, but strongly encourages those who are capable of employment to find work. Having been open in Gardner since 1972, Pathway House enjoys partnerships with many local employers and can many times assist our residents in finding work. In addition, our parent agency operates a social enterprise called Coleman Assembly & Packaging that often hires people in recovery from substance use disorders and other people with barriers to employment.
Pathway House provides a caring environment with education and information based on the recovery model modality to include: A.W.O.L 12-Step group, one-on-one counseling, didactic group, individualized treatment goals, daily living skills training, interpersonal relationships training, family integration into treatment plan, as well as participation in outside support meetings.
“Love my job, the people including the clientele. It’s an awesome exciting environment to be in day in and day out.“