Denton County

Our Denton County home is a semi modern two family with a gigantic living room and a great group of residents. It has a great reputation and recovery record with the longest average length of stay for any of our sober home communities. Our Denton County house is close by the MBTA red line or orange line.

10 total beds. Double occupancy and single occupancy rooms.
$170.00 per week for double/ $175.00 for a single
Registration Fee $250
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 Denton 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 Denton County Area

AA Meetings (verified as of November 27, 2017)

Narcotics Anonymous Meetings

Other Resources

About Denton County

Just two miles north of Boston Somerville was named the best-run city in Massachusetts by the Boston Globe in2006. This was partially dueto innovation and efficiency for their 311 customer service helpline and a data-driven style of managing government services they call SomerStat. Somerville is an eclectic mix of blue-collar families, young professionals, college students, and artists – only New York has more artists per capita. In contrast to its modernity, Somerville boasts huge historical significance all the way back to the American Revolutionary War.

Just a few of the most famous area attractions:

The Historic Powder House

Considered one of the most distinct ancient ruins in Massachusetts – was home to one of the first hostile acts of the American Revolutionary War – the removal of colonial gunpowder by British soldiers, which sparked the ͞Powder Alarm,͟ a populous reaction spreading beyond Connecticut of militiamen streaming to Boston and Cambridge and forcing Loyalists and some British officials to flee to the protection of the British Army.

Dave’s Fresh Pasta

Legendary fresh pasta to-go and a fantastic sandwich counter

Davis Square

More than a night life spot, Davis Square boasts an eclectic mix of restaurants and coffee shops that draw a young crowd. The landmark Somerville Theatre showcases indie films and houses the Museum of Bad Art in the basement.

Zero New Washington Dog Park

A beautifully landscaped community park and Off Leash Recreation Area (ORLA) for dogs.

Allen Street Community Garden

Beautified space for the community to relax as well asto plant and grow flowers and vegetables. Allen Street Community Garden is one of the two ADA-accessible community gardens in Somerville.