Some 75 people attended a ceremony and reception Sunday, exactly a year after the modular buildings that make up the campus arrived by barge on the Vineyard and seven months after the facility was officially opened.
Staff, supporters and others who had made the new campus possible, celebrated with a ribbon cutting Friday. Designed by Mashek MacLean and built by Squash Meadow Construction, it includes living spaces for men and women.
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Vineyard House, which provides safe and sober housing for people in early recovery from drug and alcohol abuse, will celebrate the opening of its new residential campus with a ribbon cutting on Friday, Dec. 19, at 11 a.m.
At an open house last week, leaders at the Island's only residential facility for recovery from addiction showcased the new modular Vineyard Haven complex. The $3 million project is due to be completed by the end of the year.
Vineyard House has scheduled an open house on Thursday, August 28, at 9 a.m. Supporters of the new sober living facility being built on Short Hill Road in Vineyard Haven are invited to stop by and assess the progress being made on the new facilities.
Despite stormy weather, spirits were high at the Vineyard House Water Tasting, which drew a crowd of over 300 supporters. Vineyard House was founded in 1997, and is Martha’s Vineyard’s only sober living facility for people recovering from substance abuse.