​​Call us:

Main Line: 860.889.6150

Fax: 860.892.9046
Recovery for Life: 860.886.1200
Fax: 860.886.1201

​Find us: 

P. O. Box 857
401 West Thames St.

Bldg. 700

Norwich, CT  06360

Send email to: paulao@martinhousect.org
with questions or comments about this web site.

 

Martin House, Inc. is a qualified charity under
Section 501(c)(3) of the IRS.
Copyright © 2015 Martin House, Inc.

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Mitchell College's "Big Event" student volunteers, stand with Martin House residents, as well as Executive Director, Paula Oberg, after volunteering their services.

 

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Residents are encouraged to decorate their own room as they like. All rooms are furnished with a bed, bureau, night stand, lamp, and lounge chair. There is at least one closet in each room. All rooms are initially set up with linens and toiletries as needed. Each resident has his/her own key.

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The best way to feel confident is to dress with confidence. "Dress for Success" is a program that offers residents the option of choosing clothing that will get them in the door for the interview.  Opening doors creates opportunity!

 

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James Young sits on a bench donated by his family in memory of his father, Peter J. Young. James now has a special way to remember his father each times he sits on the bench.

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Heather Bryant, Martin House Ambassador, shakes hands with Stonington First Selectman, Rob Simmons, at the Mystic Rotary luncheon. Heather shared her story of recovery with the group.

 

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Martin House residents and adult education facilitator at the Norwich Slater Museum.

Our Community     
Martin House employees share the spotlight with John Gilliland, Martin House resident, at the United Way 2015-16 Campaign Celebration. Martin House received the award for Outstanding Nonprofit Partner of the Year. John was awarded the Ambassador of the Year and was the Guest Speaker.

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Martin House residents who work at the Coffee Cup Café three morning per week have name tags, observe safe food handling, and practice customer service.

 

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Residents volunteer in the Martin House Helping Hand store.  This store sells most items for under $1.00, whether it be clothing, hygiene products, or knick knacks. The program provides residents with work-like opportunities, to improve work related skills such as stocking, inventory, customer service, and money handling.