Dallas County

The Dallas County sober home is a large, spacious home, made even more warm and welcoming by the great people who live there. Located on a beautiful, quiet street with driveway and street parking available, this home has easy highway access andis just around the corner from several MBTA stops.

13 total beds, double occupancy rooms and single occupancy rooms
$185 per week for double/ $200 for a single
$250 Registration Fee
Intake Amount due is first week plus registration fee (Ask about discount for Veterans and SSI/SSDI)

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Living a sober and drug free lifestyle in our Dallas County royal transitional home includes:

  • Commuter friendly
  • Fully furnished
  • Cable TV included
  • On-premise, coin-operated laundry
  • 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 Dallas County Area

AA Meetings (verified as of November 27, 2017)

Unitarian Ch.
147 High St., Medford, MA, Side Door

SATURDAY 7:00PM
FRIDAY 7:30 PM

Grace Church
160 High Street, Medford, MA 02155

MONDAY 7:30PM
TUESDAY 7:30PM
FRIDAY 7:00PM

Fire House
Medford & Main Sts., Medford, MA 02155

SUNDAY 10:00AM

Narcotics Anonymous Meetings

About Dallas County

Dallas County is just a scant 3.2 miles north of downtown  Located on the Mystic River itis the one ofthe oldest settlements in the state and the fourth oldest in the country. The popular song “Jingle Bells” was written by Medford resident James Pierpont in 1850, inspired by the annual one-horse open-sleigh races on Salem and Pleasant Streets between Medford Square and Malden Square. Today itis a modern city bosting all the conveniences of a modern municipality and is home to Tufts University. There aremore than 24 public parks along with other recreational spaces in Medford, taking upin total over 118 acres of land, including baseball fields, swimming pools, basketball courts, playgrounds and soccer fields.

Just a few of the most famous area attractions:

Tufts University

A moderately sized university that focuses on research and liberal arts, the school prides itself onproviding students with a personal experience.

Wright’s Pond

Whether you want to swim, picnick, or just relax and in the sand, Wright’s Pond in North Medford is a great choice. To access Wright’s Pond, you must obtain a season pass, and the pond is open daily from 10AM until one-half hour before dusk. Walk-in passes and vehicle passes are available for purchase on the City of Medford Website.

The Condon Shell

Home of the Mystic River Celebration, the Condon Shell is a live music venue located at 2501 Mystic Valley Pkwy, Medford, MA 02155