Vetting a Sober-Living Facility

When we visit a facility, we ensure that it has a strong foundation of recovery. What’s required of the house guests? How are they treated? Is it a safe place to recover? We vet these facilities by doing the following:

  • Visit and interview others who know people running facility
  • Run an application process to determine if facility meets requirements of Timothy O’Farrell Recovery
  • Talk to people who have been there past the first 30 days

Places We Support and Recommend

The Dallas 24 Hour Club

The Dallas 24 Hour Club provides shelter and housing for up to six months per stay for recovering alcoholics and drug addicts at a minimal cost. It provides a place for 12-Step recovery groups to hold meetings and a venue for 12-Step fellowships to assist others in achieving sobriety. Timothy O’Farrell pays for scholarships at the Dallas 24 Hour Club for addicts and alcoholics who cannot afford to pay for treatment.

The Magdalen House

The Magdalen House mission is to help women achieve sobriety and sustain recovery from alcoholism at no cost and based on 12-Step spiritual principles. The vision of The Magdalen House is to build a thriving community of recovered women and their families — one woman at a time.

Russell Freeman Foundation

The Russell Freeman Foundation provides a clean, respectful, safe and secure sober living environment to the LGBTQ community who struggle with addiction.

Simply Grace

Simply Grace exists to provide a safe, structured environment to assist women recovering from substance abuse, help to rebuild their lives and achieve long term recovery.

Solutions of North Texas

Solutions of North Texas, located in Denton, Texas, started as a 10-bed facility.  After more than 10 years, the Solutions helps an average of 75 clients a day. With the goal to help the whole family’s health with programs designed for every member of the family struggling with an individual’s addiction. Timothy O’Farrell pays for scholarships at Solutions for addicts and alcoholics who cannot afford to pay for treatment.

Did you know?

Close to 100% of all money raised by Timothy O’Farrell goes straight to helping people get sober?

Founder and executive director Vince Webb makes zero dollars on the Timothy O’Farrell Foundation. In fact, we spend less than 10 percent on programs, administrative and fundraising expenses.

More than 90% of money raised goes to linking families to sober-living facilities with a strong foundation in recovery. Ensure you’re supporting an organization that wants to help families find recovery with a strong foundation.

$800 Scholarships

It only takes $27 a day to get treatment for a person struggling with alcohol or drugs. Learn more about our scholarships.

Help Us Help a Family

Did you know that close to 100% of all money raised by Timothy O’Farrell goes straight to helping people get sober? Help us help others.

Our Vision & Mission

Our vision is to one day provide scholorships to trusted sober-living facilities to anyone who wants to get sober but doesn’t have the means to do so. Read about our mission.