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Casa Esperanza collaborates with a diverse group of philanthropic, federal, state, public, and community organizations that are committed to tackling a wide variety of issues impacting the Latino population of Boston.

These partners bring valuable resources and expertise to shape and strengthen our efforts to end the cycle of addiction one family at a time and keep families in recovery connected. We are grateful for the support of our funding partners and for their trust in stewarding funds to achieve a greater impact together and support our mission of helping our clients and their families re-enter their larger community with job readiness training, resources and referral services, childcare, and healthcare services.

Awards

In 2008, Casa Esperanza received a five year, $2.25 million grant from the Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration for our Tu Bienestar project to increase testing rates for HIV, STIs, and Hepatitis A, B, and C amongst hard-to-reach, isolated, at-risk substance using Latinos and their families. Now in its fourth year, Tu Bienestar has already helped more than 200 individuals access HIV counseling, testing and case management services.

In 2009, Casa Esperanza received a three year, $1.2 million grant from the Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration for our Pathways to Recovery project. The goal of the project is to address a primary cause of relapse by improving the detection, diagnosis, and treatment of co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders amongst Latinos.

In 2010, Casa Esperanza received a three year, $1.2 million grant from the Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration for our Transcend: Recovery and Reentry project. The goal of this project is to prevent relapse and recidivism amongst individuals in recovery reentering the community from incarceration through engagement in pro-social activities, employments, and peer support.

In 2013, Casa Esperanza received a three year, $1.56 million grant from the Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration for our Tu Bienestar-Health Home for At Risk Latinas project.

In 2013, Casa Esperanza received a three year, $750,000 grant from the Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration for a three year contract to implement Mi Camino program, to deliver Peer to Peer services by increasing support to people in recovery therefore lowering the incidence of relapses.

In 2013, Casa Esperanza partnered with Boston University for $300,000 for a three year contract to pilot new smart phone application to address aftercare needs of Latino mend and woman with co-occurring disorders and reduce relapse rates.

In 2014, Casa Esperanza received a four year, $1.59 million grant from the Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration for our CITA project, to establish a Health Home that provides an integrated care treatment for homeless, Latino individuals and families living with, and affected by, co-occurring and co-morbid addictions, mental illness and chronic disease.

In 2014, Casa Esperanza received a three-year, $1.57million grant from the Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration for our Salud y Sustento project. The goal of this project is to establish a trauma informed Health Home for pregnant and postpartum Latina women, providing comprehensive and culturally competent residential substance abuse treatment, prevention, and recovery support services with the goal of repairing, reunifying and strengthening their families.