Malley Farm for Women is holistic living for women focused on health and wellness. Women heal and learn to thrive together at our traditional 1890 New England farmhouse, beautifully restored to support peace and tranquility.

Holistic Living for Women

Nestled quietly in rural Seacoast New Hampshire, Malley Farm borders the towns of Rollinsford, New Hampshire and Berwick, Maine. There are miles of nature trails on site along the Salmon Falls River, and we are in close proximity to the mountains and the ocean.

Rainbow at Malley Farm for Women

Mission Statement

Malley Farm for Women is a holistic living space for women committed to healing through health and wellness.

We are a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit organization (certified on 20 July 2015). All monetary donations to Malley Farm for Women are fully tax deductible.

Our History

In 2015, Moné Cassier and the Sober Sisters Recovery team took over stewardship of Malley Farm. Inspired by the untimely death of a beloved friend due to the opioid epidemic, the Sober Sisters mission was born.

Malley Farm

Finding a home for our women was divinely guided and perfectly timed. We were blessed to learn that Malley Farm, donated to the City of Somersworth, was available. On July 20, 2015, we received our non-profit status with the initial seed money already raised from two half marathon fundraisers.

Thanks to the incredible dedication of volunteers, local businesses, the recovery community—and a whole lot of miracles—Sober Sisters Recovery at Malley Farm opened its doors in July of 2016.

Through the years, Sober Sisters Recovery and its supporters provided over $400,000 and innumerable hours of sweat equity. These efforts restored and repaired the historic Malley Farm homestead. We are proud that our efforts have brought this city-owned landmark back to life in a way that brings purpose and joy to the community.

2016-2024: Sober Sisters Recovery

From 2016 to 2024, Sober Sisters Recovery offered sober structured living for women who had begun their journey of recovery from substance use disorder. Residents at Sober Sisters Recovery shared a safe, structured home where they received support from staff, volunteers, and each other. The home provided a stepping stone where they could live in a safe sober environment, find support from other women, continue in their recovery work, practice life skills, and gain confidence.

During those eight years, Sober Sisters Recovery served over 130 women at Malley Farm and was very active in the greater recovery community of Strafford County. We partnered with several recovery organizations in the State of New Hampshire and are forever grateful for these relationships.

Today we celebrate many successes from Sober Sisters Recovery, and are incredibly proud of our alumni. Many have gone on to work in the field of Substance Use Disorder, receive promotions in the job place, further their education, earn custody of their children and continue to be of service to Malley Farm for Women!

The Next Chapter: Malley Farm for Women

In 2024, our mission evolved to meet the needs of the greater community. We recognize that suffering and trauma is not always a result of substance use disorder. It could also be a result of major life challenges, including death, divorce, job change, housing insecurity, and so much more.

Our new model is based on supporting women from surviving to thriving who are willing and open to choosing a variety of holistic health practices. We are a substance-, vape-, and smoke-free property.

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