Royal Transitions offers two great locations in Collin County

Lowell

Rock Street

This is a great home to live in. It’s located on a quiet side street with plenty of parking, it has easy highway access, and it’s just around the corner from the train.

10 beds. 6 single occupancy rooms and 2 double occupancy rooms
$160.00 per week for double/ $170.00 for a single
Registration Fee $250
Intake Amount due is first week plus registration fee. (Ask about discount for Veterans and SSI/SSDI)
(Ask about discount for Veterans and SSI/SSDI)

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Gorham Street

This is a great house with a small group of guys who really have an incredibly strong “stay sober” attitude. Located a minute’s walk to the train station and just blocks from downtown Lowell.

9 beds. Singles occupancy rooms and double occupancy rooms
$160.00 per week for double/ $170.00 for a single
Registration Fee $250
Intake Amount due is first week plus registration fee. (Ask about discount for Veterans and SSI/SSDI)
(Ask about discount for Veterans and SSI/SSDI)
Apply Online

Living a sober and drug free lifestyle in our Collin County royal transitional homes includes:

  • Commuter friendly
  • Fully furnished
  • Cable TV included
  • Wi-fi included
  • Live-in house manager
  • Ample quiet space
  • Food stamp assistance available
  • Overnights are allowed
  • Working full time is permitted instantly
  • We Now Accept M.M.T & Suboxone as long as they are Monitored Treatment Programs

*Residents must bring their own linen and towels, toiletries, and food.

Sobriety and addiction recovery resources in the Collin County Area

AA Meetings (verified as of November 27, 2017)

Narcotics Anonymous Meetings

About Collin County

Once known as the cradle of the American Industrial Revolution, dueto former textile mills and factories, itis now a modernized community with a blend of urban amenities and suburban charm. Itwas the home of the first ever CCVS pharmacy in1963. Downtown Lowell is part of a National Park, established in1979, and is the first urban National Park in the United States. And, itis the host of the New England Culture Fest, the only fair trade festival in the world.

Just a few of the most famous area attractions

Lowell Spinners

The Lowell Spinners professional baseball team is the minor league affiliate of the 8-time World Series Champions, the Boston Red Sox.

Whistler House Museum of Art

Home of the Lowell Art Association, the museum was originally the birthplace of the artist James Abbott McNeill Whistler. The museum houses a collection of works from 19th and early 20th century New England artists and holds frequent contemporary and historical fine arts exhibitions.

Tongas Arena

Host to music, sporting, and other entertainment events. Some famous acts that have performed atTsongas Center include The Harlem Globe trotters, Kid Rock, Korn, Barry Manilow, Bob Dylan, Green Day, Jay-Z, and many others. Several annual Lowell events and large meetings and conventions also take place at Tsongas Center, including the Massachusetts Democratic Convention.

University of Massachusetts Lowell

A nationally ranked, public research institution, partof the University of Massachusetts system. It offers undergraduate and graduate programs including Online and Continuing Education programs.

Middlesex Community College

A public community college with two campuses, one located in Lowell and one in Bedford, Massachusetts. Specializing in workforce training and Community Education & Training, it offers more than 75 associate degree and certificate programs.