Welcome to The Men’s Home
A s stated in its charter, the purpose of The Men’s Home is “to provide a home-like environment for alcoholics who are sincere in wanting to recover from alcoholism: to provide food, bed, information, fellowship and the sharing of spiritual values which are a part of that recovery; to expose the alcoholic to other recovering alcoholics so that, together, they can regain self respect, confidence, and a useful place in the community; and to help attain sobriety through the principles of Alcoholics Anonymous.”
For the newly recovering man, The Home provides an alternative residence and family environment. It encourages new patterns of social relationships and supports the healing process of alcoholism recovery.
With a singular focus on providing a living environment to help men in early recovery transition to full, healthy, and functional lives, The Men’s Home is not a boarding house or a treatment center. It is not formally affiliated with Alcoholics Anonymous, although it is supported by many members and groups of the Washington-area AA community through financial and other contributions, resident sponsorship, and fellowship.
The Men’s Home has served recovering men for over 60 years with the sole support of private contributions, which are tax deductible.
Men’s Home Holiday Party
W e’ll be hosting our annual Holiday Party on Saturday, December 2nd
We hope to see you for an evening of food and fellowship to benefit The Men’s Home. We’ll feast on some Pork Barrel BBQ (and potluck) from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m., then enjoy a special Speakers’ meeting from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. featuring Lee M. from Maryland, who many enjoyed at last year’s Southern Maryland Roundup.
We hope to see you Saturday, December 2nd here at The Men’s Home.
Men’s Home Golf Classic 2017
T hank you for your support
We were happy to see so many people turn out for the 8th annual Men’s Home golf event at the Laurel Hill Golf Club in Lorton, Virginia. We are grateful for your participation and in fact we rely on it. Without you we would not be in a position to continue the tradition that has served men in recovery for over sixty years. Thank you for your all that you do to help support our mission.
Thank you all for your continued support.
Because of you, the Home works.