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The Aurora House, nestled along Bethany's Equestrian Row, offers women supportive, transformative, and discreet sober living. Aurora shares its five acres of land with our state-of-the-art Stables at Aurora and up to a dozen horses. Riding trails surround the property, while two and three bedroom suites provide semi private living just minutes outside of New Haven and its vibrant recovery community.

Residents at The Aurora House are provided access to a full compliment of recovery services that support reintegration into substance free living. From career and educational counseling, to individual, group, equine and holistic therapies, each client receives services specific to her individual needs, and participates actively in the development of a personalized recovery care plan.

The freedom to begin again is one of the most simple and profound experiences of early recovery. Whether it is learning to manage walking around town with money in their wallets, repairing, maintaining and fostering new relationships, finding work, continuing education, or simply learning how to have fun in sobriety, women may find that each day presents a wide range of opportunities and challenges. At The Aurora House, women are guided .

.through the rocky process of re-establishing meaningful lives with love, acceptance, and understanding



Residents are offered both private and semi-private shared bedrooms. Private bedrooms are equipped with one queen bed. Shared rooms offer two, full beds and privacy screens.



12-Step & Recovery Meetings

Over 15 meetings per week are located just minutes from The Aurora House.  In addition to the close proximity to meetings, a big book study group and women's' meeting is brought into the house each week.


Transportation is also provided to

12-step and refuge recovery meetings outside of the local area.

Mind Body Spirit Program

Mindfulness meditation, yoga therapy, reiki,  guided imagery, and massage, are available to each woman residing at the Aurora House.
These therapies have proven successful in their ability to positively impact neurotransmitters in the brain, lower the levels of stress hormone cortisol, regulate mood, and help restore control over body and mind.
Equine Therapy

Each resident has access to the immense healing power of on-site equine therapy.

Our five acre property is home to a full-service, state-of-the-art horse stable. Six paddocks and idyllic riding trails surround the residence. Whether reading a book, working with a sponsor, or engaging in other recovery activities, our equine companions are always near.
Vocational & Educational Counseling

Specialized vocational and educational support services assist residents in expanding their opportunities to meaningfully direct the course of their lives. Thus, sound educational and career planning is individually tailored to meet the individual needs of each resident.

Masters level educational and vocational placement staff identify and examine residents' vocational, educational, social and emotional needs carefully to determine the methods for meeting  them.
Transportation Services

The Aurora House provides transportation to recovery meetings, activities, and scheduled appointments within a 15-mile radius. 

Residents may utilize personal transportation after an introductory period at The Aurora House and consultation with the house managers, counselors, and various recovery supports involved in their care throughout their stay.

At The Aurora House, women are guided through the rocky process of re-establishing

meaningful lives with love, acceptance, and understanding. 



The Aurora House also helps clients access the following services as needed: 

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“For a seed to achieve its greatest expression, it must come completely undone. The shell cracks, its insides come out and everything changes. To someone who doesn't understand growth, it would look like complete destruction.”  


Cynthia Occelli

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