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Casa Esperanza’s integrated care model provides culturally competent, person-centered, trauma-informed evidence based approaches to treating individuals and families with substance use and co-occurring mental health disorders. By providing the vital aftercare, the agency works to end the cycle of addiction one family at a time and keeps families in recovery connected.
Casa Esperanza understands the unique cultural nuances regarding stigma as well as the complex institutional discrimination associated with race, ethnicity, addiction, mental illness, homelessness, HIV/AIDs, and other chronic medical conditions. Culture is key in determining a person’s journey and unique pathway in recovery.
The agency focuses on person-centered healthcare that delivers high-quality evidence-based care using proven, culturally competent, grassroots, and recovery-oriented, assertive approaches to recruitment, engagement and retention. All therapeutic interventions, participant activities, meals, literature, and facilities embed cultural norms into their operations and all materials are available in both Spanish and English.
Health Navigators provide counseling and testing in both clinical and non-clinical settings, information about available primary care, counseling, care coordination, peer support and family support services, and address any socioeconomic barriers participants may have. Clients are met “where they are at” both physically and emotionally. They receive frequent one-to-one support in a range of community and care settings, including motivational, relapse prevention, harm reduction counseling, and crisis intervention measures to maintain participant contact and facilitate engagement.
The program offers men an opportunity to learn about their addiction through a phased approach to treatment that builds independence, strengthens resiliency and prevents relapse.
Latinas y Niños Center
The first program of its kind in the state to address the unique bilingual/bicultural needs of women in recovery and one of the few programs providing services for single women as well as for women and their children.
Familias Unidas Relapse Prevention & Outpatient Services Program
Familias Unidas Outpatient Services serves adults that have a substance abuse and/or co-occurring mental health disorder and reside in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Nueva Vida Supportive Housing
Supportive Housing at Casa Esperanza provides a safe and sober living environment that promotes continued recovery and the development of independent living skills for residents.
Peer & Graduate Services
Whether you’ve just entered Phase II or you’ve been in recovery for years, Nuestra Communidad de Recuperacion is the place to connect to all things and all people connected to Casa Esperanza.
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