Anderson House is a safe, supportive home that nurtures sobriety and improves self-esteem. Anderson House accommodates up to 15 women at a time, who live as a family in an attractive residence in Whitehouse Station, New Jersey.
Anderson House provides individualized structured programs including personal and group sessions, daily house responsibilities, and the extensive support necessary to succeed.
Step-by-step, in a safe and comfortable environment, residents of Anderson House regain the confidence and sense of worth they lost while living in their addiction. Every step of the way residents receive the support, guidance, and structure needed to maintain a substance-free and alcohol-free lifestyle.
The treatment program is based on the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous and other evidence-based treatment models. During their stay, residents obtain a sponsor, begin working through the twelve steps and build a network of recovering women in the community.
6:00 AM Rise
6:15 AM Morning Meditation
7:30-8:00 AM Transportation
2:30-3:30 PM Group Sessions (for those not working)
6:30-7:00 PM Medications/ Dinner
9:00-10:00 PM House Responsibilities
11:00 PM Lights Out
7:00 AM Rise
7:15 AM Morning Meditation
8:00 AM Life Skills
9:00 AM Weekly Menu Planning
1:00 PM Family Visitations (on hold due to Covid 19)
5:30 PM Dinner