Behavioral Health Referrals & Intakes
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Casa Esperanza, Inc. is a behavioral health center with integrated medical and support services. Casa offers culturally-inclusive treatment in Spanish and English.
We provide trauma-informed, evidence-based behavioral health care for patients who have:
- Substance use disorder(s) (SUDs)
- Mental illness(es) (MIs), or
- Co-occurring SUDs/MIs (CODs)
Many of our patients also have other complex, chronic health concerns. Our service model integrates clinical treatment with medical care and wrap-around support services. Our model prioritizes access and engagement to promote patient voice and choice.
Each of our patients works with a team of multidisciplinary providers. CasaCare teams include:
- Bilingual clinicians
- Medical staff
- And other specialists
CasaCare teams work with patients to discover their needs, strengths, and wellness goals. Each patient receives a CasaCare treatment plan tailored to their specific goals. Our goal is to help patients move beyond crisis, achieve their goals, and thrive. Each plan is tailored to the specific needs of each person or family we serve. All programs and services are available in Spanish and English.
Casa operates the following bilingual/bicultural programs:
Latinas y Niños
Residential Recovery Services with integrated support services and co-occurring enhanced (COE) treatment. Latinas y Niños serves adult women (18+) with SUD(s) and co-occurring SUD(s) and mental illness(es) (CODs).
Familias Unidas Outpatient Clinic
A licensed, CARF-accredited behavioral health clinic that provides outpatient treatment and support services. Familias offers services in-office or via telehealth. Services include integrated clinical treatment, mental health care, medical services, and support services. Familias offers the ONLY Spanish-language Structured Outpatient Addictions Program (SOAP) in Greater Boston.
Casa Esperanza, Inc. does not discriminate based on race, color, ethnicity, national origin, ancestry, religion, faith, culture, language spoken, family status, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, disability or illness, or any other classification protected by law.