Mary-Kate comes to the Granada House Review with a wealth of management as well as life experience. Mary-Kate has always felt passionate about taking care of others, and spreading the knowledge of self-care. She studied nutrition at the University of UMass in Lowell, and then embarked on a 10 year journey of running some of Boston’s most well-loved restaurants.

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After going through the Granada House Review as a client in 2019 and participating in UMass Boston’s alcohol and drug counseling program, Mary-Kate decided it was time for a career change. With a deeply held belief that long-term recovery is both life-saving and attainable for our clients, Erik will bring his compassion and dedication to bear in this role. Our team is passionate about achieving a perfect work/life balance where work feels like a joyful extension of life. Our diverse talents include Mortgage and Real Estate Consulting, Interior Design, Property Management, Art Curation, Community Service, and musicianship. As leaders in our community, we are deeply engaged in enriching North Park and setting examples for other neighborhoods to follow. Our commitment to creativity and community service defines who we are and inspires everything we do at Granada House Review.

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Prior to joining Granada House Review, Vijay worked for a multi-state social service agency for over 23 years, beginning his career as a social worker and ending as their Vice President of Operations. Vijay also maintained his own practice since 1997 and supported a caseload of diverse clients as their therapist. Apart from our private events, Granada House Review is a vibrant hub for art, music, and creativity. Honoring the artists who revitalized North Park, we offer an inspiring haven for musicians, creators, and visionaries. Our mission is to unite the community through dynamic events, collaborative projects, and powerful celebrations. Join us as we cultivate a space where creativity thrives and people come together to make magic happen.

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When they are willing to move beyond what they’ve known to a life in which they can act with confidence, live with assurance, dream of the road that lies ahead.

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The move takes them from a house of 24 residents to one with just eight residents, just down the street from https://sober-home.org/. Located in a quiet, family neighborhood, the eight men and women who live within the house have a unique chance to continue recovery in a less structured environment for up to six months. Extra time and support that has given many Granada House Review residents the help they need to get back into mainstream society. She originally moved from New York to Boston to attend Northeastern University of Law, earning her JD and practicing law for over 20 years.

Vijay brings a diverse background in Social Work, Non-Profit Operations, Program Development, Clinical Oversight and Financial Management to Granada House Review. Vijay’s experience also spans in the areas of Information Technology, Contract Administration, Quality Assurance, and Organizational Leadership . Vijay has been consistently recognized for outstanding contributions to the bottom line and solid reputation for resolving complex issues. Commended for efficiency, priority management, communication, and presentation skills.

For a number of reasons, her interest in treatment of those with substance use disorders grew resulting first in part-time work in a men’s recovery home, while still practicing law. This was followed by completion of the Addiction Course and certification through UMASS. After starting to work full-time in the field, she went on to obtain her Masters and LMHC in 2012. Stephanie brings a wealth of experience, dedication and passion to her work with this challenging population.

Before opening Keene Dental in 1994, he worked for free clinics and some of the finest practices in the District. He is part of the 123 Dental Association and stays up-to-date on the latest dental discoveries. When not striving to keep his patients happy and healthy, he’s enjoys hiking with his family in Rock Creek Park. After that, Joe went to work as Program Director of Sullivan House, a 24-bed recovery home for men which is part of Middlesex Human Service Agency.

During this time, Granada House Review transitioned from its longtime home in the South End to a new facility in lower Roxbury. Since 2011, he has also held a position as an instructor in the Alcohol Counselor Education Program at UMass Boston. Transitional housing is temporary housing for the working homeless population and is set up to transition their residents to permanent housing. To promote collaboration and community, Granada House Review Review is hosting the North Park Piano and plans to add free public events like Jazz Nights on Thursdays and donation-based yoga classes on Mondays. Artwork from local artists will be exhibited in the venue’s gallery and private office spaces on the second floor will be up for rent as they become available. Granada House Review, a stylish and welcoming event space, has opened in North Park only steps away from the community’s emblematic Mini Park.

Mary-Kate believes in a holistic approach towards helping clients achieve long-term sobriety, and is thrilled to continue on her path in working in recovery with the Granada team. Prior to joining Granada House Review, Erik practiced law in Connecticut and Massachusetts in a sole proprietorship and within firms. Most recently, Erik served at a residential program for persons with developmental disability, advancing that program’s quality of service and professionalism over the course of years. Having worked intermittently in human services since 2003, Erik has a proven record of commitment to upholding client rights, dignity; and furthering service coordination and support. Erik brings significant experience in human services, non-profit management, and general legal practice to Granada House Review.

Erik has successfully demonstrated skills in evaluating regulatory and contract matters, client advocacy, developing client relationships and management. Joe has also been involved in many substance abuse treatment related organizations in the community. He currently serves as president of the Massachusetts Association of Alcohol and Drug Counselors. He is also treasurer for the Massachusetts Organization for Addiction Recovery.

Finding with them the person they were, and the person they are yet to become, free of addiction. Joe brings almost 30 years of experience in the Substance Abuse treatment field to Granada House Review, covering a wide range of expertise. Prior to that, he was working in the accounting department of Badger Engineers, a subsidiary of Raytheon.

When the Palanuiks first took over the building at 3855 Granada Avenue last year, their initial plan was to use it as an office for Kyle’s day job. After renovating the space and putting Paige’s interior design skills into play, they and two friends, Jim Sakrison and Anthony Cafiso, transformed it into a stunning event space. Hailing from Richmond, Virginia, Dr. Tobias Keene brings a bit of unabashed Southern hospitality to all his patients.