Ready to get on the road to recovery?
Mainstream House has helped countless addicts get on the road to recovery by providing a safe environment and reenforcing the lifestyle choices that lead to long-term recovery and reintergration to mainstream society.
Why Mainstream House for Women?
A short distance from 12 step meetings, several out-patient treatment locations, employment opportunities, higher-education opportunities, shopping, and several beaches and other recreational activities.
We believe that a safe environment is a requirement in early recovery. As such, clients are drug-tested regularly and the home inspected several times daily to ensure an atmosphere of recovery is maintained.
Mainstream house has been guiding clients through early recovery since 2004. We have seen countless clients get on the road to recovery and go on to live successful and happy lives free from active addiction.
“Mainstream House Saved my Life”
Mainstream house for Women saved my life. I couldn’t stop using and had nowhere to go. My life was completely unmanageable. I was introduced to Bobby Hartmann and moved into the Mainstream House for Women. The atmosphere was positive, beautiful, and clean. I was able to to live in a beautiful clean house where I had a structure to help me stay clean and that was close to so many twelve step meetings. When any of my friends or family need help, I always recommend they spend time at Mainstream House.Tiffany
In The News…
In the midst of a growing heroin crisis on Long Island and just two days after actor Philip Seymour Hoffman was found dead in his Greenwich Village office after an apparent heroin overdose, recovering addicts and supporters of the group of recovery houses known as Mainstream House braved the public eye at Riverhead Town Hall Tuesday afternoon to tell tearful stories of how their lives were changed by Mainstream House.read more
The Fourth Annual Mainstream House Golf Outing at Cherry Creek Golf Course, which featured more than 100 golfers, was organized by Bobby Hartmann, who runs the Mainstream House recovery center. Mr. Hartmann, who is in his 12th year of recovery, gives all of the proceeds from the golf outing to the Villa Veritas Foundation, which he and many others have used to help fight their addictions.read more
“If downtown Riverhead’s streets are looking cleaner lately, you can blame Bobby Hartmann Jr.
Hartmann, founder of Mainstream House, a company that operates sober homes, has established a new nonprofit to assist people recovering from drug and alcohol addiction. One of the first things the new Mainstream Integrative Wellness Inc. has taken on is a business-district litter patrol, staffed (mostly) by Mainstream House volunteers fulfilling court-imposed community service requirements.”