CATCH Opens Doors for Therapy
Founded five decades ago, this non-profit has helped thousands of individuals manage their substance use disorder and emotional and spiritual energy, while improving their overall health and well-being. Along with de-stigmatizing substance use disorder, Link House continues to be a thought leader, educator, coach, and partner in the community shedding light and hope for individuals with substance use disorder.
Learn about our new program to empower and support children, teens and their families to understand and nurture their mental well-being.
Take a look inside our Impact Report to see how Link House, Inc. is evolving.
We continue to provide guidance, tools, and support to improve the emotional well-being of the individuals we serve while meeting the growing needs of the community. Read the full report here.
Share our joy in being the proud recipient of a #CummingsGrant
Link House, Inc. is one of 140 local nonprofits to receive grants of $100,000 to $500,000 each through Cummings Foundation’s $25 Million Grant Program.
Link House was chosen from a total of 580 applicants during a competitive review process. We will receive $100,000 over 3 years.
Link House, Inc. provides residential programs in Salisbury, Newburyport, and Amesbury for men and women who struggle with drug and alcohol addictions.
We are a non-profit organization, founded in 1972, that has successfully served more than 6,500 men and women with our gender-specific substance-use recovery programs.
Our original and namesake program, the Link House, is a highly structured, intensive residential treatment…
Progress House is a longer-term residential housing program where 25 men work on their recovery…
The Elms is a longer-term transitional residential program designed to help 25 men transition to…
Maris Center for Women offers a safe, supportive residential program where 40 women can focus…
In response to the global and community mental health crisis for children and youth, Link…
Wow, what a long strange trip it’s been. When I came out of my daze, I found a 50 year old man that was lost and had hit my bottom. Alcohol had helped drag me to the depth of my despair. Three trips to rehabs and I drank within days of my exits. Why?
Here I was, a father of two great kids, I had a great career and had made some decent money. I own a nice house in a nice community. I am in a loveless marriage, but I am not the first or the last. I am a good, kind and caring person. Why and how did I turn out this way? Why couldn’t I just stop and put down the bottle?