Our mission is to support recovery from addiction in Mid-Coast Maine. We were created to support individuals and families to find help and healing for this challenging problem. While we understand the impact that addiction can have on lives, we also know that it is possible to heal and grow.
We offer multiple services to support creating a healthy environment for families, healing the effects of drug addiction and re-integration into the community. We offer proven approaches to successfully connect individuals and families experiencing unstable or unsafe housing to safe and secure housing.
63 Washington, located in Camden, Maine a quaint town near Penobscot Bay, has been a safe place for women to live and grow for well over a century. Our organization is honored to continue the legacy. In 2019, we opened the women’s recovery residence for women and their children. We are certified through the Maine Association of Recovery Residences (MARR), which reflects the high standards of required by MARR.
Our spacious home is located in a quiet neighborhood with ample living and outdoor space. The first floor living space includes a large kitchen, living room, dining room, work out area and a quiet area for self-reflection. There are six bedrooms on the second floor along with 2.5 bathrooms in the large home. The basement includes a washer/dryer for resident’s use. The outdoor area includes a beautiful front porch along with a large yard and community garden.
It is our intent to provide a peaceful community to all residents, therefore, program rules and guidelines which must be adhered. Additionally, an affordable monthly rent is discussed with residents prior to move in.