Bricks, Windows, Bathtubs, OH MY!

Bricks, Windows, Bathtubs, OH MY!

Brooke's House is under roof and the windows are being added!
Fabulous CNB Donation!

Fabulous CNB Donation!

Executives with CNB Bank recently presented a $50,000 check to Brooke’s House, a facility that will support women in the early stages of recovering from alcohol and substance abuse.
Food Service Recovery

Food Service Recovery

DV8 Kitchen Substance Abuse Recovery Tasting Table What is it about the food business that makes it the perfect industry for second-chance employment? From long-standing companies focused on changing lives for the better like Homeboy Industries and Dave's Killer Bread, we've seen it time and time again.
Brooke's House Chocolate!

Brooke's House Chocolate!

Please make sure you check out Brooke’s House Chocolate at our annual Fundraiser at Potomac Fish & Game Club on Thursday, June 28th! We hope to see you there! http://www.brookeshousechocolate.org/
Does anyone recognize this young man?

Does anyone recognize this young man?

Look closely!!
Conceptual Stage of Brooke's House

Conceptual Stage of Brooke's House

Thank you Bushey Fieght Morin Architects
  • About Brooke’s House

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    Brooke’s House, Inc. is a public charity organization operating under its own IRS 501(c)3 non-profit status.  

    From dependence to independence, the path of recovery will begin at Brooke’s House. When built, Brook’s House will offer a transitional sober living home for adult women in the early stages of substance abuse recovery in Washington County, Maryland.

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  • An Open Letter to Brooke

    Not a day goes by that we don’t think of you and wish so desperately that you were still here to share life with. We all miss you so incredibly. It hurts every day to know that all we have now are memories of our beautiful Brookii. 

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  • Testimonials

    Since launching plans for Brooke’s House, Kevin and Dana Simmers have received numerous words of encouragement, volunteer offers, and cries for help from the community. Most supporters of Brooke’s House have been touched in some way by addiction, most directly and painfully. These are their stories.

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  • Brooke’s House Mission

    Tragically on April 14, 2015, Brooke Erin Simmers died of a heroin overdose at the age of 19.

    To ensure that Brooke’s life was not in vain, her parents, Kevin and Dana Simmers, created Brooke’s House as a legacy to their daughter’s struggle with addiction, and a community resource to help save the lives of other women struggling with drug abuse.

    The mission of Brooke’s House is to inspire and empower women suffering from the disease of addiction by providing them a safe, stable, and emotionally supportive living environment while in the early stages of recovery.

    Experts acknowledge that a sober living facility for individuals in early recovery is known to be beneficial along the way to ultimate rehabilitation.  Brooke’s House will provide an effective community-based, sober living environment where women will work to remake their lives.

    Brooke’s House is designed to inspire growth and change, strengthening women’s minds, bodies and spirits so they can pursue and achieve their dreams.