Each of the men in our home put in a ton of work to get to meetings and keep recovery in focus.

Building into our social model, one person is not in charge, the entire house has a say so…

  • This is a non-MAT home

About Gilsey

The men of Gilsey House are unified as brothers. It’s easy to build a strong bond while we are rebuilding our lives, living together. Each of the men in our home put in a ton of work to get to meetings and keep recovery in focus.

Our home is located on a corner lot, with plenty of parking. We have 18 beds and 3 bathrooms. We like to have most meals together, especially on Sundays during our House Family Meeting. We go over our week, discuss any challenges we’ve faced and offer encouragement to grow further.

Every man is assigned a chore each week to keep up on daily. We always do a deep clean each week. We work out together often and help each other strengthen our bodies and our minds. We spend a lot of time keeping up with our recovery action plans so that relapse is not an option.


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Added Features

  • Large Kitchen

  • Spacious Bedrooms


  • Parks

  • Bus Route

  • Grocery Shopping

  • Coffee Shops

House Leader: Jeremy

Jeremy is one of our longer-term house leaders. His dedication to our program and the men that he leads is inspiring. Jeremy has an ability to help the men in the Gilsey home to find their strengths and develop their recovery to be successful long term. We are continually proud of Jeremy and all that he continues to bring to the organization.

“I always tell my guys that their past does not define them. We all have to start somewhere and New Foundations is a great place to start over. We will help you rebuild your life so that you can have long term recovery and be happy and healthy.”

Pets: While we wish we could help all living beings, we are not able to accommodate animals; including registered support companions. We must be able to avoid allergic reactions, severe and mild, protecting our program participants.

Are you in need of Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Housing?

New Foundations Recovery Housing have three homes in Ohio and two in Kentucky that can help.