Queen City Sober Living is a sober living home for men in downtown Manchester, N.H. Centrally-located in one of Manchester’s renovated mill buildings in the middle of New Hampshire’s largest city, this sober living house is easily accessible to employment opportunities, coffee shops, shopping, and city culture.
Manchester, N.H. Sober Living Housing
Manchester, N.H. is New Hampshire’s largest city with a population of approximately 111,000 residents. It stretches over approximately 35 square miles, with the Merrimack River running to the west, and retains the charm of a preserved yet bustling mill city. Manchester serves the bordering communities of Auburn and Derry to the East; Londonderry to the South; Bedford and Goffstown to the West; and Bow, Hooksett, and Candia to the North. The city is best known for its booming downtown, home to stellar restaurants, shopping, and cultural events; while also being home to the Manchester International Airport.
Sober Living Close to Boston and Massachusetts Suburbs
Queen City Sober Living is not just accessible to the thriving city of Manchester, but it’s also conveniently close to Boston and Mass communities. Travel time by car from Boston is 1 hour on Route 93 North, which runs straight into the city.
Commutable from NH, ME, and VT
Our Manchester, NH sober living home is also commutable from other points in NH, as well as Coastal ME. Manchester is only 1.5 hours from Portland, Maine, and approximately 1.5 hours from Vermont.
Proudly Serving New England and Nearby
Queen City Sober Living residents come to us from all over New England and beyond. Often, their primary treatment will begin at one of our residential rehab facilities in Effingham, NH or Canterbury, NH. Manchester is more centrally-located for patients, and often more conveniently close to home, which makes for an easier transition. Manchester is commutable from CT and RI (approximately 2.5 hours). It’s also only approximately 3.5 hours from NY.