The Mann House was organized in 1971 by a group of concerned citizens to give the structure of a home to male alcoholics. Over the years the Mann House has been called a half-way house, recovery home, and more recently an extended-care treatment facility which today reflects its role in the continuum of care for each client.
The Mann House program operates under the basic philosophy of rehabilitation for the chemically dependent person stressing responsibility to himself as an individual as well as society at large. In addition, he is introduced and urged to practice the principles of AA and or NA. Total abstinence is our philosophy of treatment.
Through proper diet and regular meals the residents realize the best possible physical conditioning attainable for him. By ongoing evaluation involving our professional staff, consultants and community resources, the individual needs of each client are addressed.