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A residential recovery program for up to 20 women diagnosed with one or more substance use disorders. Up to 12 children under the age of ten may live on-site with a custodial parent.
For Intake Information:
Call: 617-445-1123 x 112
Or email: email@example.com
A 24-hour highly structured inpatient clinical stabilization program for up to 32 individuals which includes on-site nursing care, therapy, health education, case management, and aftercare.
For intake information:
Or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Familias Unidas offers telehealth and outpatient services that include recovery support, counseling, primary care, and the only fully-bilingual in Spanish and English SOAP in Greater Boston.
For intake information:
or email: email@example.com
Note: Familias Unidas suspended walk-in hours effective March 18, 2020.
No person will be denied admission to Casa Esperanza, Inc. or any affiliated group solely on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, ancestry, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, or illness, prescribed medications including methadone or suboxone maintenance regimes, or the fact that they have been terminated by another treatment program, withdrew from treatment against clinical advice on a prior occasion, relapsed from earlier treatment, or filed a grievance regarding an action or decision of the program.
Patients may enroll in residential treatment at Casa Esperanza if they meet the following criteria:
- Are at least 18 years old
- Are diagnosed with one or more substance use disorders
- Are open to long-term recovery
- Able to understand and abide by shared agreements with staff
- Have abstained from drugs and alcohol for at least five days prior to enrollment
- Are currently in a state that does not pose a risk to themself or others
- Are willing and able to participate in a group setting
- Able to recognize and respond appropriately to danger
- Free of personal circumstances preventing them from fulfilling program obligations (such as pending cases or outstanding warrants)
- Have documentation that they are free from possible TB infection
* Prospective patients who have attempted suicide in the past year will be screened for potential risk-factors.
Telehealth and Outpatient
Patients may enroll in telehealth and/or outpatient services at Casa Esperanza if they meet the following criteria:
- Able to engage with providers for treatment
- Daily activities are significantly impacted by substance use and/or behavioral health disorders
- Are not experiencing withdrawal
- For SOAP, able to complete intensive recovery-focused group sessions
Must also experience one or more of the following:
- Difficulty finding and maintaining employment
- Daily activities revolve around substance use
- Neglects responsibilities at work, school, and/or home
- Past or present experience with homelessness or housing instability
- Continued substance use despite disruptive or negative consequences
- Past or present involvement with the legal system
- In recovery and needing Relapse Prevention services