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.
Men's Health and Recovery is a short-term outpatient substance abuse counseling program with supportive case management for adult males in Boston. The Program opened in the Fall of 2008 and is staffed by former clinicians and case managers from the Commission's Father Friendly Initiative.
Safe and Sound Recovery Center provides peer-led, outpatient substance use services. These services include recovery coaching & planning, access to peer-led recovery support center, substance abuse groups, and peer leadership training opportunities.
Part of the South Boston Collaborative Center, the South Boston Outpatient Clinic is an Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment program providing substance abuse treatment to adults and adolescents. Formerly a program of the South Boston Health Center, the clinic joined the Bureau beginning on January 1, 2009.