Vision House has two female sober living home locations in downtown Manchester, N.H: Vision House East and Vision House West. Both sober living houses are centrally-located in Manchester, which is New Hampshire’s largest city, and home to a wealth of employment opportunities, coffee shops, and things to do. Learn more about our sober living homes in Manchester, NH.
Manchester Sober Living Housing
Manchester, N.H. has a population of approximately 111,000 and is an estimated 35 square miles. The bustling city is flanked to the west by the Merrimack River and is also home to the Manchester International Airport. Manchester is the hotspot for neighboring towns and cities: Auburn and Derry to the East; Londonderry to the South; Bedford and Goffstown to the West; and Bow, Hooksett, and Candia to the North.
Sober Living in Manchester, NH
Vision House East and Vision House West sober living homes are close to most points in New Hampshire; but also, only an hour’s drive from Boston and Massachusetts suburbs. Depending on where in Mass you may be traveling from, Route 93 North (east) or Route 95 North (west) will be the most direct route.
Commutable from NH, ME, and VT
Vision House sober living houses are also easily accessible from all points in NH, as well as from Vermont (approximately 1.5 hours), and Coastal Southern Maine (approximately 1.5 hours).
Proudly Serving New England and Nearby
Residents at Vision House East and Vision House West come from all over New England. If they start at one of our primary drug rehab facilities (in Effingham, N.H. or Canterbury, N.H.), coming to sober living homes in Manchester, NH is most often more convenient for them, as Vision House is much closer to their home, which makes the transition that much easier. Close to NH, MA, and VT; Vision House West and Vision House East are also accessible from outlying states, such as CT and RI (approximately 2.5 hour drive) and NY (approximately 3.5 hour drive).