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Tucker's House

At Tucker's House, our mission is to: provide a safe and supportive temporary home environment, to serve as a stepping stone while gaining skills to maintain a healthy life in recovery. Tucker’s House will provide guidance in developing relationships, deeper spirituality, meaningful work, and appreciation of nature and community engagement.


Tucker’s House has a Women's Home and a Men's Home that provide a safe residence for recovery from Substance Use - Addiction. Our Women's home is located in North Bridgton, Maine and our Men's home is located in Harrison, Maine. We understand the incredible need for recovery homes.


We believe that each person has value and should be treated with love and kindness. We recognize that each person has their own story and their own road to recovery. We are here to support you and to help you reach your individual goals, to guide you toward self forgiveness, to teach you that you are worthy of a wonderful life in recovery. We will offer support as you rebuild your family. We will show you that your choices from yesterday do not define you, that you are deserving of all things this world has to offer including forgiveness.


Please reach out, we would love to chat!

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Services and Ongoing Support

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Relapse Prevention Program

At Tucker's House/Harrison House, we believe that everybody deserves a fresh start. Our Relapse Prevention Program offers a safe space for residents to plan the next steps in their healing process. Get in touch with our team to learn more.

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Self-Help Mentoring

At, we offer an unparalleled support network that’s tailored to the changing needs of our residents. Our Self-Help Mentoring is at the core of our offerings, helping community members get back on track.

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Recovery Education is much more than a residence for recovering individuals. We believe that giving residents the tools they need helps pave the way for a their long-lasting, healthy recovery. Reach out to learn more.

“I am not afraid... I was born to do this.”

Joan of Arc

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