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Merrimack River Medical Services
323 Derry Road,
Hudson, NH3051
(603) 595-3399
www.csachelp.com

Services Offered: Substance abuse treatment, Detoxification, Methadone Maintenance, Methadone Detoxification

Residency: Outpatient

Payment Accepted: Self payment, Medicaid, Private health insurance, Military insurance (e.g., VA,TRICARE), Access to Recovery

Specializing in Persons with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders, Pregnant/postpartum women, Women

Business
Community Substance Abuse Centers (CSAC) is a privately owned corporation offering outpatient services that specializes in the treatment of narcotic addiction. As a privately owned corporation, CSAC has a structure similar to many privately owned medical and doctor’s offices. The major focus is maintaining a strong commitment to high quality and compassionate care to substance abusing patients.
Mission
Organizational Philosophy
CSAC maintains a strong commitment to providing high-quality, cost-effective care that treats all individuals with the utmost dignity and respect. We realize that this commitment can only be achieved through the recruitment and retention of competent and qualified employees. Recognizing these essential points, we seek to foster a work environment that supports the diversity, health, and growth of each employee. Our personnel policies and practices reflect this philosophical approach in our efforts to lead the organization toward the realization of our goals and objectives.
Community Substance Abuse Centers
20 Tower Office Park,
Woburn, MA1801
(781) 933-0700
www.csachelp.com

Services Offered: Substance abuse treatment

Residency: Outpatient

Payment Accepted: Self payment, Medicaid, State financed insurance (other than Medicaid)

Languages: ASL or other assistance for hearing impaired

Specializing in Persons with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders, Pregnant/postpartum women, Women, Men

Business
Community Substance Abuse Centers (CSAC) is a privately owned corporation offering outpatient services that specializes in the treatment of narcotic addiction. As a privately owned corporation, CSAC has a structure similar to many privately owned medical and doctor’s offices. The major focus is maintaining a strong commitment to high quality and compassionate care to substance abusing patients.
Mission
Organizational Philosophy
CSAC maintains a strong commitment to providing high-quality, cost-effective care that treats all individuals with the utmost dignity and respect. We realize that this commitment can only be achieved through the recruitment and retention of competent and qualified employees. Recognizing these essential points, we seek to foster a work environment that supports the diversity, health, and growth of each employee. Our personnel policies and practices reflect this philosophical approach in our efforts to lead the organization toward the realization of our goals and objectives.
Hurley House
Recovery Home
12 Lowell Street,
Waltham, MA2454
(781) 891-4323
www.thehurleyhouse.com

Intake Phone Numbers:
(781) 899-2540

Services Offered: Substance abuse treatment, Halfway house

Residency: Residential long-term treatment (more than 30 days)

Payment Accepted: Self payment

Languages: ASL or other assistance for hearing impaired

Specializing in Men

Hurley House is a recovery home. It exists to help alcoholics and addicts reintegrate into the community as sober individuals, involved family members, and contributing citizens. Hurley House provides a critical element in the continuum of care in the recovery from the disease of addiction. Hurley House provides the link between detoxification, incarceration, or homelessness and aftercare services including outpatient counseling, supportive housing, and job training. Hurley House maintains long-standing relationships with community health, social services, and self-help groups in order to provide a network of assistance to recovering alcoholics and addicts.

Hurley House is a handicapped-accessible facility and provides full room-and-board services to twenty (20) residents in a safe and sober environment. Each resident is required to hold a full-time job and is responsible for household chores and the upkeep of his individual sleeping quarters. Hurley House is "A Home Away From Home" and provides an opportunity for residents to put the pieces of their lives back together and become contributing members of society.

Our facilities have been located in Waltham, Massachusetts since 1973. Hurley House operates a recovery program with the following guidelines, principles, and practices:

Six-month live-in recovery program
Full-time employment is a requirement for each resident
Zero-Tolerance Policy -- total abstinence from all drugs and alcohol required
Random drug and alcohol screening
Mandatory AA/NA meeting attendance; four in-house meetings and six outside weekly meetings required
Weekly individual counseling sessions by State of Massachusetts licensed counselors
Group counseling sessions conducted weekly
Additional counseling and other services provided
Health and hygiene education
Smoking-cessation classes available with NRT
HIV classes by licensed health educator
Medical and psychological service referral
Job placement assistance with resume preparation, interviewing techniques, and presentation strategies
Pastoral counseling
IRS and State income tax support through Administrative Services of Bentley College, Waltham, Mass.
Advocacy help and select legal support
Educational support to attain GED and vocational/technical equivalents

In addition to the six-month Hurley House program, a one-year graduate program exists for those men who meet the acceptance criteria and avail themselves of this extended recovery opportunity. The graduate program, based at Duggan House, operates in the same neighborhood as Hurley House and requires weekly AA/NA meeting attendance and random drug and alcohol screening. While at Duggan House, residents are encouraged to stay in touch with Hurley House counselors for ongoing assistance and support.

Keystone Hall
615 Amherst Street,
Nashua, NH3063
(603) 881-4848
www.keystonehall.org

Services Offered: Substance abuse treatment, Detoxification, Halfway house

Residency: Residential short-term treatment (30 days or less), Residential long-term treatment (more than 30 days), Outpatient

Payment Accepted: Self payment, Medicaid, Medicare, Private health insurance, Access to Recovery

Languages: Spanish

Specializing in Pregnant/postpartum women, Residential beds for clients' children

Keystone Hall, formerly known as the Greater Nashua Council on Alcoholism, is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide comprehensive substance use treatment and recovery services to individuals and families in a supportive environment while providing a strategic framework for substance use prevention in New Hampshire.

Keystone Hall is New Hampshire’s premier substance use disorder treatment, prevention, and recovery support services center, offering both inpatient and outpatient services to men, women, families, and adolescents. Located in new state-of-the-art facility in Nashua, NH, Keystone Hall serves those with and without insurance, with a focus on serving those least able to afford treatment on their own. No one is turned away, regardless of ability to pay.

All treatment and services are gender-specific, trauma informed, and “open programs” with individuals able to start treatment as soon as space is available. All treatment is evidence-based. Services are offered in both English and Spanish.
History

Keystone Hall was founded in 1983 by Paul Lacasse, a New Hampshire native and former marine who dedicated most of his life to social services. Mr. Lacasse, a recovering alcoholic, made it his personal mission to help others reach and maintain sobriety, while reducing the stigma associated with addiction.hopeless1

In 1986, \Keystone Hall’s first program, a 6-bed, 24-hour non-medical crisis detoxification center opened in an old manufacturing building in downtown Nashua. Four years later the agency moved to a larger space, having quickly outgrown its initial home. Keystone began to expand programs to meet needs within the community, and became the first organization in the state to offer both outpatient and residential programs to those most in need of addiction treatment. A transitional living program was added in 1990 to address the ongoing recovery efforts and housing needs of homeless individuals who completed acute, residential treatment but required supports to fully integrate back into the community

In 2003, Keystone Hall affiliated with Harbor Homes and joined what has become the Partnership for Successful Living. Since that time, the agency has quadrupled its budget and significantly increased the number of services provided. Today it is the largest contractor of the New Hampshire Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services in the state, providing evidence-based treatment and prevention services to over 700 individuals and families each year. Since its inception, Keystone Hall has provided more than 13,000 individuals with the life-saving gift of treatment.
Lowell House
Glenice Sheehan House
365 East Street,
Tewksbury, MA1876
(978) 640-0840
www.lowellhouseinc.com

Services Offered: Substance abuse treatment, Buprenorphine Services

Residency: Residential long-term treatment (more than 30 days)

Payment Accepted: Self payment

Payment Assistance: Sliding fee scale (fee is based on income and other factors), Payment assistance (Check with facility for details)

Languages: ASL or other assistance for hearing impaired

Specializing in Seniors/older adults, Women

Lowell House Inc. (LHI), incorporated in 1972, is dedicated to providing people with focused addiction treatments and HIV services based on proven clinical practices. LHI’s programs are designed to provide the greatest opportunity for individual growth with the least disruption or normal life and community functions. We continue to develop programs and improve cultural competency in a collaborative effort to better serve our clients, and to ensure an effective response to the changing needs of the community.
Treatment Philosophy
LHI offers comprehensive outpatient and residential addiction and HIV services. Our services uphold ethical standards, value diversity and maintain dignity. LHI’s treatment approach incorporates various theoretically based models, as well as reducing harm and high risk behavior for the individual and the community. LHI’s services provide a continuum that includes: prevention, intervention, treatment and recovery for those who are at risk for HIV and/or specific substance use, abuse, or addictive disorders.
Lowell House Inc
Outpatient Substance Abuse Services
555 Merrimack Street,
Lowell, MA1854
(978) 459-8656
www.lowellhouseinc.com

Intake Phone Numbers:
(978) 459-8656x0

Hotline Phone Numbers: (978) 459-8656

Services Offered: Substance abuse treatment

Residency: Outpatient, Partial hospitalization/day treatment

Payment Accepted: Self payment, Medicaid, State financed insurance (other than Medicaid), Private health insurance

Languages: ASL or other assistance for hearing impaired, Greek, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish, Vietnamese

Specializing in Adolescents, Persons with HIV/AIDS, DUI/DWI offenders, Criminal justice clients

Lowell House Inc. (LHI), incorporated in 1972, is dedicated to providing people with focused addiction treatments and HIV services based on proven clinical practices. LHI’s programs are designed to provide the greatest opportunity for individual growth with the least disruption or normal life and community functions. We continue to develop programs and improve cultural competency in a collaborative effort to better serve our clients, and to ensure an effective response to the changing needs of the community.
Treatment Philosophy
LHI offers comprehensive outpatient and residential addiction and HIV services. Our services uphold ethical standards, value diversity and maintain dignity. LHI’s treatment approach incorporates various theoretically based models, as well as reducing harm and high risk behavior for the individual and the community. LHI’s services provide a continuum that includes: prevention, intervention, treatment and recovery for those who are at risk for HIV and/or specific substance use, abuse, or addictive disorders.
Advocates Community Counseling
Satellite
11 Depot Street,
Ayer, MA1432
(978) 772-1846
www.advocatesinc.org/

Services Offered: Substance abuse treatment

Residency: Outpatient

Payment Accepted: Self payment, Medicaid, Medicare, State financed insurance (other than Medicaid), Private health insurance

Payment Assistance: Sliding fee scale (fee is based on income and other factors), Payment assistance (Check with facility for details)

Specializing in Persons with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders, DUI/DWI offenders, Criminal justice clients

Our Mission

Advocates mission is to help people achieve their hopes and dreams within the fabric of their communities. We partner with people with disabilities, elders, and those with other challenges to overcome personal obstacles and societal barriers so that they can obtain and keep homes, engage in work and other meaningful activities, and sustain satisfying relationships. We work to inspire communities to create opportunities for contribution and participation by all.
Who We Are

Founded in 1975 by a group of volunteers providing patient rehabilitation services on the grounds of Westborough State Hospital, Advocates is now one of the largest human services organizations in the state. Today, Advocate employs over 1000 staff members and serves 20,000 individuals at over 100 sites across Eastern and Central Massachusetts.

What We Do

Our commitment to meeting the needs of individuals facing diverse life challenges has given rise to a broad range of community based services, including:

Residential Supports
Outpatient Mental Health
Outpatient Addiction
Psychiatric Emergency Services
Home-Based Services for Children and Families
Community Justice
Advocacy, Benefits and Legal Services
Family Supports
Employment and Vocational Services
Day Habilitation


Who We Serve

Services are designed to meet the unique needs of elders, families and individuals with mental health challenges, addiction, developmental/intellectual disabilities, autism, brain injury and other life challenges. Advocates is a nationally recognized provider for adults with Prader-Willi Syndrome, Deaf and Hard of Hearing adults with disabilities and individuals with developmental and co-occuring mental health needs. Our culturally sensitive programs and supports serve individuals and families from diverse backgrounds.
Psychological Center
Womens View
582-584 Haverhill Street,
Lawrence, MA1841
(978) 687-1658
www.psychologicalcenter.com

Services Offered: Substance abuse treatment, Halfway house

Residency: Residential long-term treatment (more than 30 days)

Payment Accepted: Self payment

Payment Assistance: Payment assistance (Check with facility for details)

Specializing in Women

OUR MISSION
To help people who are experiencing mental health, substance or alcohol use, addiction, homelessness, hopelessness or other issues in their lives so they can respond to and overcome the stressors that they experience in the home, school, workplace and community with resilience and positive coping responses.

OUR HISTORY
TPC is a nonprofit agency with long history of serving the Greater Lawrence community with quality and compassionate services designed for flexibility and growth. From the Daybreak Homeless Shelter to the Counseling Center and Medication Clinic we have always offered a wide range of services. Adapting to the shifting needs of a diverse community is the hallmark of our agency. The past, present and future objective of TPC is to provide a broad range of services and remain committed to excellence every day.

OUR APPROACH
TPC uses evidence based practices and a multidisciplinary approach to designing and providing our services. Our staff are trained to and take pride in offering the best practices in their work with each and every client.
Middlesex Human Service Agency Inc
Middlesex DUIL/Tewksbury Hospital
365 East Street, Building Hall III,
Tewksbury, MA01876
(978) 863-0048
www.mhsainc.org/duil/DUIL.htm

Services Offered: Substance abuse treatment

Residency: Residential short-term treatment (30 days or less)

Payment Accepted: Self payment

Languages: ASL or other assistance for hearing impaired, Portuguese, Spanish

Specializing in Women, Men, DUI/DWI offenders

The mission of Middlesex Human Service Agency, Inc. is to improve the quality of life and independent functioning of a wide variety of clients through the delivery of an extensive system of community-based substance abuse and social service programs.

Although our programs are many and varied, all emphasize dignity, respect and empowerment. We believe in teaching individuals and families the skills and problem solving abilities needed for self sufficiency.

We pride ourselves on our ability to work with a wide variety of clients. The clients we serve are often the most disenfranchised members of their communities; confronting a wide array of problems including homelessness, substance abuse, mental health issues, legal issues and lack of educational and vocational skills.
Inn Transition
42 Washington Street,
Peabody, MA1960
(978) 531-9951x102
www.cahns.org

Intake Phone Numbers:
(617) 661-3991

Services Offered: Substance abuse treatment

Residency: Residential long-term treatment (more than 30 days)

Payment Accepted: Medicaid, Medicare

Languages: Spanish

Specializing in Women, Residential beds for clients' children

These words were spoken twenty-five years ago by Mary Jane Lee, shortly after she founded Citizens for Adequate Housing (CAH).

Over the past 28 years, much has changed at CAH. It has grown from one small program (the Inn Between shelter) to an umbrella organization for three programs located in seven buildings. Yet much remains the same, as families continue to struggle to stay housed. Families living in our two shelters usually a single mother with one or two young children, but single dads and intact families are welcome.

In 1983, Mary Jane Lee was distressed to learn that a neighbor with two children was about to become homeless. She went into action, working through St. John’s Church in Peabody, and gathered a group of local residents to address the growing problem of family homelessness. They incorporated Citizens for Adequate Housing in June 1983, and by 1985 had opened their first shelter, the Inn Between, in a leased building on Main Street, Peabody.

In 1987 CAH purchased 25 Holten Street, and moved the Inn Between to that welcoming Victorian house, which now provides emergency shelter for six families. When the shelter opened, families usually were able to find housing and move on within a few months. Housing has become so scarce and so much more expensive that families now generally remain at the Inn Between for six months to one year while looking for permanent housing.

Three years after the Inn Between moved to Holten Street, it became apparent that for some families, homelessness was a result of substance abuse. If these families were going to become stable enough to stay housed, their shelter needed to include a recovery program. And so, the Inn Transition was established in 1990 in the former Jewish Community Center building on Washington Street Peabody.

The “solve-the-problem” program, Inn Homes, which then had been originally named the Communities Land Trust (CLT) was also founded by Mary Jane Lee in 1992, but remained dormant due to her untimely death. In 1996, under the direction of the CAH Board of Directors and executive director Nancy Crowder the CLT (now Inn Homes) was revived, and in 1999 it merged officially with CAH, becoming the agency’s third program. Through this program CAH is working to steadily expand the supply of affordable apartments on the North Shore. At a rate of one building a year, CAH has acquired small multi-family buildings to rent to very low-income tenants. We now own 16 apartments in five multi-family homes in Peabody.