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MOM'S Project

The Mom's Project provides comprehensive and intensive outpatient addiction treatment and case management to female residents of Boston, particularly those who are most vulnerable.

The Mom's Project is an outpatient treatment program that provides culturally sensitive substance abuse services. Women are not required to have children to participate. The MORE program also provides services to women mandated to treatment by court or the Department of Children and Families.

Services Provided

  • Supportive case management services
  • Links to educational and vocational resources
  • Psychotherapy and psycho-educational groups, including:
    • Family Nurturing Program
    • Pathways to Family Reunification
    • Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention
    • Spirituality in Recovery
    • Trauma Recovery
    • Economic Success in Recovery

Population Served

The program serves adult women in metropolitan Boston; however, many of our clients are women of color or ex-offenders. Our programming is based on evidence-based models, which have proven successful in providing culturally sensitive services to vulnerable populations who have been historically hard to engage in treatment.

Eligibility Requirements:

  • 18 years of age
  • Resident of Boston or surrounding neighborhoods
  • A history of substance abuse or active use with the intention of seeking treatment

Want to Make a Referral or In Need of Our Services?

Please call at 617-534-7411 to make a referral or receive additional information. The program is located at 774 Albany Street, 4rd floor, Boston, MA 02118 (directly across from the Boston Medical Center Emergency Department entrance on Albany Street).


​Contact

Ellen Martin, LICSW
Director of Outpatient Services
Phone: 617-534-7411
Email: emartin@bphc.org​​

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1010 Massachusetts Ave, 6th Floor, Boston, MA 02118.
Phone:(617) 534-5395 Email: info@bphc.org