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Supportive Living Residential Facilities

Affordable, supportive housing options to survivors of brain injury

Warren House
Woburn, MA

McLaughlin House
North Reading, MA

Douglas House
Lexington, MA

Norwood House and Murphy House
at Old Farm Rockport, MA

Neuro-Fit Locations

Neuro-Fit Assisted Exercise

An evidence-based exercise class designed for people living with functional limitations caused by a brain injury or other neurological condition

Glen T. McLeod / Cape Ann YMCA

7 Gloucester Crossing Rd, Gloucester

Merrimack Valley YMCA

165 Haverhill St, Andover

Lynch/van Otterloo YMCA

46 Legs Hill Rd., Marblehead

Neuro-Wellness Center

7 Oakland St., Lexington

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Supportive Housing for Adults with Brain Injury

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Supportive Living, Inc. provides affordable, supportive housing options to survivors of brain injury in the communities surrounding Boston. An innovator in the field, Supportive Living’s Warren, McLaughlin, Douglas, Norwood and Murphy Houses offer residents a chance to maintain their dignity while living independently, regardless of their ability to pay.

Please visit our Residential page for more information on SLI residential facilities and requirements for prospective residents.  To apply for housing, please download and fill out our Housing Application.  To check on current housing availability, please email info@supportivelivinginc.org or call 339-227-9581.

Upcoming Events

BIA-MA Men’s brain injury support group

BIA-MA Women’s brain injury support group

BIA-MA Lexington Brain Injury Support Group

BIA-MA Caregiver brain injury support group

We thank our Philanthropic Partners

Finding Comfort of Care at Douglas House

The McMahon Family has found a true home for their son/brother, Jeff. After suffering several debilitating strokes, they were seeking a place for him with appropriate support services and an opportunity to improve his quality of life.

“This is exactly what Jeff needed”, shared his brother John.  “He is thriving and enjoys having his own room and independence.”  The family is grateful for the helpful and dedicated staff while being in a safe and healthy setting.

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