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Boston Public Health Commission: Mom's Project
774 Albany Street, 4th Fl.
Boston, MA 02118
Telephone: 617-534-7411 - Fax: 617-534-3491
Web site: www.bphc.org

Contact:

Intake staff, 617-534-7411

Services:

The Mom's Project is a short-term outpatient substance abuse counseling program with supportive case management for adult females in Boston.



The Program provides: Individual substance abuse counseling; Recovery support services; Links to educational and vocational resources; Psycho-educational groups including Relapse Prevention, Spirituality, Women's Trauma, Early Recovery, and Peer Leadership.



Additional services at this time include The Wellness Project and the Peer to Peer Project, available to all Momís Project Clients:



  • The Wellness Project: Providing access to onsite primary medical care as well as onsite coordination of all other medical care and behavioral health services. Participants will also have access to a host of other health and wellness activities.

  • The Peer to Peer Project: Involves peer-led activities aimed at supporting clients in achieving a full range of recovery goals, including housing and employment. Participants will have access to: one-on-one recovery coaching and recovery planning; access to our onsite Peer Recovery Center, which includes a variety of sober activities and additional support groups; and the opportunity to become trained as peer leaders and/or recovery coaches.


Service hours:

M - F: 8am - 5pm

Requirements / Restrictions:

Must be a woman over the age of 18. Resident of Boston or surrounding neighborhoods with a history of substance abuse or active use with the intention of seeking treatment. Women are not required to have children to participate.

Languages:

English, Spanish (only for individual counseling)

Transportation:

#1 Bus to corner of Massachusetts Ave. & Albany Street - Directly across from emergency room bays of Boston Medical Center

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(Categories for this entry: Substance Abuse, Families, Women)


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