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Faith House
Faith House is a 25-bed six-month residential Recovery Home. The mission of Faith House is to provide a safe, supportive recovery community that will promote a sense of empowerment, personal accountability and the life skills essential for women and their families to stabilize and lead substance free, productive lives. Faith House provides a variety of rehabilitative services in a supportive residential environment including substance use disorder treatment, mental health counseling, group therapy, domestic violence counseling, health education, personal development, self esteem building, parenting skills development, vocational training, life skills training, and comprehensive case management. The goals of Faith House include helping women to attain long term sobriety, ensuring that homeless women are appropriately housed, strengthening families through the provision of parenting skills and supports, connecting able-bodied women with full time employment, and increasing residents’ quality of life, health, well being, and commitment to self care.

Beryl's House
Beryl’s House is a 25- bed six-month residential recovery home. Beryl’s House serves women, including pregnant and postpartum women and their infants.  Beryl's House prioritizes admission to women who have completed a civil commitment under MGL Chapter 123 Section 35, and who are coming directly from a BSAS approved Section 35 referral source (Women’s Addiction Treatment Center (WATC) and Massachusetts Correctional Institution (MCI-Framingham) or a woman that was immediately enrolled in a TSS or CSS program following the Section 35 commitment with no breaks in treatment. This transitional recovery program serves women including pregnant and post-partum women and their infants.  Priority will be given to pregnant women, women ages18 to 22, and women living with co-occurring disorders.  Residents share the space in this large congregate setting.  Smoking is permitted only in the outside designated area during free time.  24-hour awake staffing is provided.  Supportive services available to clients include: substance use disorder treatment, mental health counseling, group therapy, domestic violence counseling, health education, personal development, self esteem building, parenting skills development, vocational training, life skills training and comprehensive case management.  The mission of Beryl’s House is to provide a safe, supportive recovery community that will promote a sense of empowerment, personal accountability and life skills essential for women and their families to stabilize and lead substance free, productive lives.  The goals of the program include assisting women to attain long term recovery; to ensure that homeless women are appropriately housed; to strengthen families through the provision of parenting skills and supports; to connect able-bodied women with full time employment; and to increase residents’ quality of life, health, well being and commitment to self care.

Orchard Street
Orchard Street is a nine month family residential treatment program that provides a safe, supportive recovery community that promotes a sense of empowerment, family healing, and life skills essential for women and their children to stabilize and lead drug free, productive lives.  Services include family-focused treatment and skill development in areas of relapse prevention, parenting, substance abuse treatment, mental health counseling, group therapy, domestic violence counseling, health education, personal development, self-esteem building, parenting skills development, vocational training, life skills training and comprehensive case management.  The program supports and strengthens the family unit and allows parents to function as effective, self-reliant caretakers for their children while enjoying productive and drug-free lives.  The Orchard Street program serves families pursuing recovery from addiction to drugs.  Pregnant women are prioritized for admission.  Referrals for the Orchard Street Program are through the Institute for Health and Recovery.


Community Housing Programs
The mission of the Community Housing Programs (CHP) is to provide safe, affordable housing for families in recovery from the disease of addiction. CHPs provide each family with their own subsidized apartment. Supportive services available to clients include mental health/addiction counseling, daily support, educational groups, and vocational/life skills training. Staff provides outreach services that assist families to stabilize, attain long-term sobriety, reunify with children, and obtain the skills and support they need to live successfully in their apartments and community. One CHP is located in Webster and serves 24 families; Worcester CHP serves 38 families throughout clustered sites in Worcester. The Worcester Community Housing Program is a shelter plus care program for homeless families in recovery from the disease of addiction.  All referrals for Worcester are made through the Institute for Health and Recovery (IHR). North Village Community Housing serves families in recovery from the disease of addiction and manages their own referrals.

Maranda’s House
Maranda’s House is a nine- bedroom congregate, permanent housing program. The mission of Maranda’s House is to provide safe, affordable, housing for women living with HIV/AIDS.  The program goals of the Maranda’s House are to provide permanent, safe, affordable housing to women with histories of housing instabilities, to enable residents to access health care and support services in order to decrease risk for further transmission of HIV, to educate residents with life skills needed to maintain permanent, safe, affordable housing, and to increase the residents’ quality of life, health, well being, and commitment to self-care.  Other support services offered include mental health/substance use disorder counselling, vocational counselling, and life skills training. 

Green House
The Green House is a congregate housing program for thirty men, committed to providing recovery focused residential programming. The program provides a holistic approach to recovery, addressing the psychological, physical, and spiritual components of addiction and mental illness. Supportive services available include mental health/substance abuse counseling, life skills training, social skill building, assessment of and assistance with outside services needed, and permanent housing search for transitional clients. The provision of safe and affordable housing for dual diagnosed homeless men, allows for education and empowerment, increased readiness skills toward permanent housing, employment, and improved quality of health, well-being, and continued long-term self-care.

Wellington Street
Wellington Street, established as a Green House graduate program, serves eight men in their continuing personal growth in recovery.  In this strong peer support setting, recovery networks are broadened, experience is gained through the rewards of helping others, and longer term goals can be focused on education, increased income, and independent housing.


Sagamore Road Treatment and Recovery Program
This is a six-bed pre-contemplative residential program that provides a safe, therapeutic environment for individuals who struggle with persistent mental illness as well as a substance use disorder. This supportive recovery community promotes a sense of empowerment, personal accountability, and the life skills essential for these clients to stabilize and lead drug free, productive lives. The goals of the this program include assisting dually-diagnosed clients attain long term recovery, empowering clients with the skills they need to transition out to more independent living, and increasing clients' quality of life, health, well-being, and commitment to self care. Supportive services available to clients include substance abuse treatment, mental health counseling, group therapy, health education, personal development, self-esteem building, vocational training, life skills training, and comprehensive case management. This program has a closed referral process through DMH.


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