Thank you to the friends and partners who were involved in our 8-month Strategic Planning process in 2012. The process culminated in a three-year plan focusing on the creation of a Person-Centered Health Home serving Latino families affected by homelessness, addiction, Serious Mental Illness (SMI), and chronic disease. Due to your input, Casa's growth and strategic direction, we have revised our mission statement! Casa Esperanza, Inc. is a bilingual/bicultural behavioral health facility that specializes in serving the Latino community in Massachusetts. Our mission is to help men, women and children recover from addiction, trauma and mental illness, overcome homelessness, achieve health and wellness, repair and strengthen their families, and gain the skills they need to be self-sufficient, contributing members of our community.
Over the last three decades Casa has developed a culturally competent, person-centered, trauma-informed approach to treating individuals and families with substance use and co-occurring mental health disorders, helping more than 3,000 people gain the skills they need to become self-sufficient, contributing members of society and reuniting hundreds of families torn apart by addiction.
Casa Esperanza’s Familias Unidas Outpatient Program has OPENINGS for Individuals, Couples, and Family Counseling.
We provide bilingual/bicultural (Spanish/English) individual and group services, as well as the Structured Outpatient Addictions Program (SOAP) treatment option. We utilize an integrated approach drawing from a variety of evidence-based practices that address substance use, mental health problems, and trauma-related issues.
The Familias Unidas Outpatient Program has Walk-In Intake Hours on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 2:30 to 4:00pm. Please bring an ID card and insurance information, if available.
Please feel free to contact the Director of Behavioral Health, Susan Dargon-Hart, LICSW at 617-445-1123 x 308 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We are located at 245 Eustis Street.
RECENT PRESS ARTICLES
Funding Supportive Housing in Boston: Casa Esperanza
by Robert O'Malley, Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston
Results Magazine, December 2012
Housing for low-income, homeless opens in Roxbury
By Matt Rocheleau, Boston.com
November 15, 2011
Bilingual / Bicultural Substance Abuse Treatment
Helping men, women and families recover from alcoholism and drug addiction, overcome homelessness and become self-sufficient.