The men’s home is a spacious three-flat consisting of two, 3 bedroom units with 2 baths in each unit. Also, one, 2 bedroom, 1 bath unit. With a resident manager living in the building, these spacious and modern flats have large kitchens and expansive living rooms. Laundry facilities are located on the property, 50-inch HD tvs, computers and wi-fi appeal to our male residents.
Residents may also attend a daily breakfast group, a weekly men’s group, and wanderer’s groups These meetings provide continual opportunities to make connections and grow.
A Sober Community
Built for men.
Normandy House helps residents become productive members of society. Practicing responsibility, such as curfew, chores, 12-step meetings and personal cleanliness helps you live more fully with others. Treating others with respect, learning to live in harmony, and becoming a valued individual in our world are the goals we cherish.
Fellowship happens here.
Enjoy opportunities to connect with men who value sober living. More than regular local meetings and gatherings, the men’s fellowship activities include Thursday night Big Book study and The Wanderers Group meeting on the 3rd Tuesday of every month. Our annual summer trip to Akron is a highlight, as are the Chicago Open and fall’s McHenry Soberfest.
“Normandy House has provided me with the safe and supportive environment that I need at this stage of my recovery. The house itself is beautifully maintained and very comfortable. I feel at home here.”
— Current Resident
“Normandy House is a beautiful home which has given me the structure and accountability to help me change my life. For me today it’s change or die. I am truly grateful for the privilege to live here.”
— Current Resident
What We Expect...
Abstinence from any and all mood altering substances, anywhere, anytime. Normandy maintains a zero tolerance policy for drugs and alcohol without exception.
Residents are expected to respect and comply with all Normandy policies. Residents must respect the house and their fellow residents. Fee’s must be paid on time.
Be Actively Engaged.
90/90 Requirement – Attend 90 AA or NA, daily meetings in 90 days. Maintain employment or attendance at school, attend outpatient treatment, volunteer or pursue an active job search. Performing routine house chores is expected from all residents as every day behavior.
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Contact us for information on starting your journey to a healthy, sober lifestyle.