Carl E. Dahl House at Cass Farm

The Carl E. Dahl House at Cass Farm

Perched on hilltop in the bucolic North Quabbin area of Massachusetts, the Carl E. Dahl House at Cass Farm provides Sober Supportive Housing for men in a beautiful and historic home on a 30-acre working farm. Dahl House residents enjoy this place of beauty and peace while learning how to live a life of contented sobriety.

Unlike traditional sober living facilities, residents of the Carl E. Dahl House enjoy a greater level of care including Supportive Case Management from GAAMHA’s experienced staff who provide this service under contract from the Massachusetts Dept. of Public Health Bureau of Substance Addiction Services. A multitude of additional recovery support options exist in the local community including many local AA and NA meetings, the North Quabbin Recovery Center as well as Recovery Coaching provided by GAAMHA’s Recovery Coaches.

Photo courtesy of Carolyn A. Kamuda

In addition to the great clinical care, outstanding facilities, recreational opportunities (including hiking, snowshoeing, fishing, mountain biking), residents of the program can take part in the activities that go into the daily functions of a working farm and help care for our other “residents” including the pigs, goats and chickens who inhabit our 18 stall barn and surrounding grounds. Healthy eating is the norm and farm to table happens in your own back yard as acres and acres of fruits and vegetables become the backdrop to your daily life.

Single and double rooms are available. Residents can feel safe knowing they are with a trusted provider who has been providing treatment and supportive housing for people with substance use disorders for over four decades.

For more information for you or someone you know, please contact us at: supportivehousing@gaamha.org