Center for Community Recovery Innovations (CCRI)
Creating, preserving and supporting affordable housing for individuals and families in recovery
Through the Center for Community Recovery Innovations (CCRI), MassHousing provides grants to promote the creation and preservation of affordable housing for individuals in recovery and their families.
To date, CCRI has awarded more than $13.8 million in grants for the creation or preservation of more than 2,800 units of substance-free housing, in 54 communities, serving recovery populations that include men, women, families, veterans, the homeless and ex-offenders.
For more information, contact Nichole Mikshenas at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applying for CCRI Grants
To apply for a CCRI grant, follow the instructions in the CCRI Request for Proposals.
Press Releases Sober Housing
MassHousing Awards $143,332 for Affordable Sober Housing in Massachusetts
Funding will help preserve 22 affordable sober housing units and provide supportive services to residents impacted by substance misuse
November 17, 2022
To date, CCRI has awarded more than $13.8 million in grants.
Press Releases Community Services Sober Housing
MassHousing Awards $245,845 for Affordable Sober Housing to Support Men, Women, and Families in Five Communities
Funding will help create 22 new sober housing units and preserve an additional 45 units
March 22, 2022
Grants support programs in Amesbury, Attleboro, Boston, Fall River and Lowell
Community Services Sober Housing
Dismas House, Oakham
January 14, 2020
A working farm in Oakham provides a fresh start.