The Womens House | Montclare
The women’s home is a cozy tudor-style house with a resident manager living in the building. With six resident bedrooms, 12 beds and two bathrooms, the women’s home is warm and inviting. A laundry room, community kitchen, cozy living room and wi-fi make the house a convenient home. Residents enjoy chatting around the fire pit in the spacious back yard and convenient access to public transportation.
Weekly community meetings are one of the favorite events where residents gain skills to thrive in relationships with others. Other opportunities for community involvement include the Breakfast Group, the Big Book Study and service work with local organizations.
Living Life on Lifes Terms
12-Step Works Best
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 other women who value healthy living. More than regular local meetings and gatherings, Normandy residents attend larger social events. Our annual summer trip to Akron is a highlight, as are the Chicago Open, the Women’s luncheon in the spring and fall’s McHenry Soberfest.
“This house is filled with love and compassion. Without this house, I don’t know where I’d be. I am very grateful to Normandy House in giving me a chance to get my life back on the right track.”
“Normandy House helped me get my life in order, and the excellent staff, along with the fellowship. kept me accountable and gave me great support.”
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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