Catholic Charities Worcester County provides structured residential substance use treatment for women and men, 18 and older.
The Crozier House and the Women’s Recovery Program are a three to six-month residential program for the treatment of a substance use disorder and co-occuring enhanced disorder(s).
The Crozier ¾ House is a continuance of the daily program of sobriety, in a semi-structured community setting, preparing its residents for independent living.
Our recovery programs do not refuse admission to any qualified applicants because of age (18+), race, creed, sexual preferences, disability, or inability to pay.
To be eligible for admission, potential candidates must meet the minimum standard requirements.