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Gracie’s House

828 Livingston Ave, North Brunswick, NJ 08902Get Directions >

We are located just down the street from the heart of New Brunswick’s downtown, home of Rutgers University Johnson and Johnson and two major hospitals (Robert Wood Johnson and St.Peter’s). There are a multitude of conveniences that are in walking distance as well as an abundance of resources including the brand new Middlesex County Recovery Community Center, 12 step meetings, job opportunities, outpatients, psychiatrists and therapists. Conveniently located just out front of the house is the NJ Transits bus stop.


Operator, Gracie’s House

Meet Annie! Annie is one of our trained AM consultants working side by side with our AM Support Ambassadors.

After enduring the failure and heartbreak of closing a house just two months after opening it, Antonia was on the verge of giving up on her mission to help others. Annie, with only three months of sobriety, stepped up. Seeing Antonia's brokenness, she said, "Let's go. Let's do this," without any hesitation. Annie moved the belongings from the second house into Gracie’s House and proceeded to organize and decorate, giving it a whole new life.


Conducive Residency

We provide a residence that is safe and home-like. Our residents are like-minded peers who want to heal and recover. The foundation focuses on two key areas to assist with this, ecosytem and ergonomics. This our basis for the structure of the home.



In this sense, ergonomics implies giving each resident enough space that makes them just comfortable. The space allocated to each resident house is designed to enhance their functionality.


Our ecosystem is conducive to healing, growth, and self-empowerment. Through our methods and collaborative approach, our home encourages life-changing shifts through daily activities that build new habits and belief systems.


We have a NJ Transit bus stop in front of our home, local taxi services, and its a 5 minute drive to the NJ Transit train which originates service to Penn Station in Midtown Manhattan during peak hours from the Jersey Avenue or George Street Station in New Brunswick.