From left, Lowell Police Superintendent William Taylor of Dracut, Frank Campos of Lawrence, Zack s House President Louise Griffin of Lowell and Lowell
From left, Lowell Police Superintendent William Taylor of Dracut, Frank Campos of Lawrence, Zack s House President Louise Griffin of Lowell and Lowell police Deputy Superintendent Kelly Richardson of Lowell

LOWELL - On Nov. 16, Lowell House Addiction Treatment and Recovery celebrated the grand opening of Zack's House, a Transitional Residential Program for young men in recovery, at 221 Pawtucket Blvd.

More than 100 supportive friends, family and community leaders celebrated and toured the beautifully remodeled home. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held, and refreshments served under a grand outdoor tent. Speakers included Bill Garr, CEO of Lowell House, Louise Griffin, president of Zack's Team, and Marian Ryan, Middlesex district attorney.

Zack's House is named after Louise Griffin's son, Zack, who died after an opioid overdose. It is designed to serve one of the most vulnerable populations - young men ages 18 to 26. It is a transitional program designed for seven young men for stays of up to two years, with assistance and support from professional staff, including a full-time recovery coach.

For more information, visit www.lowellhouseinc.org and www.zacksteam.org.


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