Welcome to the Grail House for Men
Studies have shown that in addictions recovery, long-term success is greatly enhanced through participation in transitional living programs that provide structured support for 3 to 12 months before reintegration into the community.
Grail House for Men, a half way house within walking distance to downtown Asheville, was opened in June 2008 to fill the gap in transitional housing that was created when several Asheville recovery residences closed down. The house, originally built in the 1930s was fully renovated which created a friendly, warm, clean and stress free living atmosphere for sober living and ultimate recovery from substance abuse.
Grail House for Men and program schedule are designed to prevent isolation, which has been shown to increase the likelihood of relapse. Up to 8 males can be accommodated in mostly single rooms. The house has a large common living area, a shared kitchen, laundry facility and outdoor covered porches and garden. In the daylight basement residents have the full use of a work out room, a craft room and extra storage.