Future Hope Apprenticeship Program
101 Nightingale Street
Dorchester, MA 02124
Telephone: 617-533-7954 - Fax: 617-740-9484
Email: - Web site:


Reverend Emanuel L Hutcherson, Executive Director


Future Hope Apprenticeship Program (FHAP) serves in a social service capacity as an Access to Recovery provider via the Department of Public Health for Substance Abuse Community at large. Provides training & supervising recovery coaches and trainers. Also trains in foundational construction, OSHA safety, and job readiness.

The GLT Prison Prevention Ministry (the umbrella for FHAP) provides case management support on a case-by-case basis to incarcerated individuals, returning citizens or their families, as well as Spiritual Recovery for Wounded Soldiers (a support group for returning citizens, both men and women).

Service hours:

Tu and F: 10am - 5pm; FHAP is open Tu/Th/F: 10am - 4pm; W: 1pm - 7pm

Requirements / Restrictions:

FHAP is a drug free training program which randomly does urine testing twice a week. We expect all participants of FHAP being committed to the policies and guidelines of the program. We are here to serve and train our participants to the highest standard for them to be the best in the work force to live and have a productive life style.


$25.00 Application Fee non refundable




Take bus #22 or #23 from Ashmont (Red line) or Ruggles (Orange line), bus #28 from Ruggles (Orange line), or bus #29 from Jackson Square (Orange line).

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(Categories for this entry: CORI, Faith Based Organizations, Substance Abuse, Support Groups, Families, Employment)

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