What We Do

About Us
Casa Esperanza has four primary programs that support and meet the unique long term needs of people in recovery: Residential Services (Casa Esperanza Men’s Program and the Latinas y Niños Center), Familias Unidas Outpatient Services, and the Supportive Housing Program, all utilizing a client-centered approach to treatment and service delivery.

Casa Esperanza’s programs focuses on the unique cultural and social needs of Latinos in recovery, promoting positive roles as a nurturing parent, supportive partner and friend, and contributing community member. Our programs help men and women heal from trauma and abuse; establish and maintain healthy relationships; grieve lost loved ones; develop critical thinking, conflict resolution, and health-management skills; exchange unhealthy behaviors for healthy behaviors; and secure essential resources including housing, health insurance and other benefits, education, and employment to sustain recovery and achieve independence.

our programs:
Men

Men’s Program

Massachusetts first bilingual and bi-cultural residential treatment program—offers 29 men an opportunity to learn about their addiction through a phased approach to treatment that builds independence,strengthens resilience and prevents relapse.

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Latinas y Niños Center

Latinas y Niños Center

The state’s first program for bilingual women, serves adult women and mothers with children, with the capacity to serve 20 women (including pre and post-partum) and up to 12 children, enabling clients to retain or work to regain custody of their children.

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Familias Unidas Relapse Prevention & Outpatient Services Program

Familias Unidas Relapse Prevention & Outpatient Services Program

Familias Unidas Outpatient Services, is a licensed addictions and mental health clinic accredited by CARF International that provides a range of integrated client-centered outpatient addictions, mental health and wellness services, as well as Greater Boston’s only Spanish language Structured Outpatient Addictions Program (SOAP) to support the complex, long-term needs of individuals and families with co-occurring disorders.

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Nueva Vida Supportive Housing

Supportive Housing Services

Supportive Housing Services provide safe, sober living environments that promote ongoing recovery and the development of independent living skills for residents in 37 units of permanent housing. This includes Nueva Vida, 15 single room units; Dunmore Place & 300 Eustis Street, 8 units designed for families; and Nueva Esperanza, 14 studio units for individuals.

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Peer & Graduate Services

Peer & Graduate Services

Coming Soon

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Resources & Tools

Resources & Tools

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