Chemical Dependency Programs
Pinny Cooke House
Pinny Cooke House is a 12-bed community residence that serves female adults in recovery from chemical dependency. Staff is on duty 24 hours per day and residents participate in a variety of rehabilitative support, recovery and vocational services.
Opened in 1994, Pinny Cooke House was named after The Honorable Pinny Cooke, an honorary board member of East House and advocate for women in recovery.
All Pinny Cooke residents are admitted after going through an external referral from a variety of agencies and screening by East House’s Admissions Coordinator. For more information on referrals, click here.
Pinny Cooke House is located at 50 Browncroft Boulevard, Rochester, NY 14610.