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1 Dorchester substance abuse coalition Substance Abuse Resource Directory Mobilizing the community to reduce youth substance abuse

2 Dorchester Substance Abuse Coalition Who we are The Dorchester Substance Abuse Coalition (DSAC) is a grassroots organization dedicated to reducing, preventing, and eliminating substance abuse among youth in our community. We bring members of the community together to address the risk factors leading to substance use and abuse, and educate parents and loved ones about prevention and treatment. Our members include youth, parents, organizations, businesses, and individuals from all sectors of the community, including the Mayor s office, the police department, the Boston Public Health Commission, local schools, and any other concerned citizens. Mission DSAC s mission is to engage all sectors of the community to prevent substance abuse, reduce harm, and promote healthy choices among Dorchester residents through a variety of prevention, education, advocacy, policy, intervention and treatment efforts. We seek to create a healthy environment for our young people to grow and flourish. Vision We envision a supportive, caring, and welcoming Greater Dorchester community where: All people feel they belong and have voices Communication, participation, respect and patience are valued All people feel pride, safe, and invested in their neighborhoods Families are empowered to develop their potential through existing and newly created opportunities A new destiny of hope is established for all residents of Dorchester History DSAC was formed in August 2006 in response to the growing problem of substance abuse among youth in Dorchester. In the wake of the deaths of two local teenagers, concerned parents and community members decided to take action to prevent such tragedies in the future. At their urging, the Neponset Health Center partnered with Caritas Carney Hospital, Health Resources in Action(formally the Medical Foundation), the Irish Immigration Center, the Dorchester Probation Court, Massachusetts Organization for Addiction Recovery, and Boston Police District C-11 to form DSAC. Service to the community DSAC mobilizes the community to eliminate substance use and abuse among youth. We focus on helping parents, family members, and other care-givers understand the harmful effects of substance use and abuse on youth, and what they can do to help prevent it. DSAC holds community and youth forums, sponsors positive youth activities, facilitates informational discussion and support groups, engages in policy advocacy, offers community resource development, and provides guidance and access to treatment programs. All of our prevention strategies rely on community participation, emphasizing parental and youth involvement, as well as collaboration with schools and youth-serving agencies. 1

3 Harbor Health Services The Dorchester Substance Abuse Coalition is part of, which is a public health agency committed to providing quality, comprehensive health care to all those in our community, regardless of ability to pay,at two separate health centers in the Dorchester area: Neponset Health Center and Geiger Gibson Community Health Center. A trusted choice for you and your family, has a staff made up of highly experienced providers, many of whom have trained at some of Boston s most respected medical facilities. We combine a full range of comprehensive services with access to a large network of provider organizations serving the Dorchester and South Shore communities to deliver a high standard of totally coordinated care that meets the needs of every generation. Additionally, our centralized community locations offer easy access from Boston and the South Shore, and both locations are easily accessible by public transportation. Neponset Health Center 398 Neponset Ave Dorchester, MA Hours of operation: Monday 8:30am 9:00pm Tuesday 8:30am 9:00pm Wednesday 8:30am 9:00pm Thursday 8:30am 9:00pm Friday 8:30am 9:00pm Saturday 9:00am 3:00pm Sunday 10:00am 3:00pm Geiger Gibson Community Health Center 250 Mount Vernon Street Dorchester, MA Hours of operation: Monday 8:30am 7:00pm Tuesday 8:30am 9:00pm Wednesday 8:30am 9:00pm Thursday 8:30am 9:00pm Friday 8:30am 5:00pm Saturday 9:00am 4:00pm Open 363 days a year 2

4 Addiction What is addiction? Addiction is a chronic, but treatable, brain disorder. People who are addicted cannot control their need for alcohol or other drugs, even in the face of negative health, social, or legal consequences. This lack of control is the result of alcohol- or drug-induced changes in the brain. Those changes, in turn, cause behavior changes. Addiction grows more serious over time. The seriousness of someone s addiction can be measured by the amount, frequency, and context of a person s substance use. As their illness deepens, addicted people need more alcohol or other drugs; they may use more often, and use in situations they never imagined when they first began to drink or take drugs. The illness becomes harder to treat and the related health problems become worse and more noticeable. Symptoms of addiction include tolerance (development of resistance to the effects of alcohol or other drugs over time) and withdrawal (painful or unpleasant physical responses when the substance is withheld.) There are many warning signs that may signal that a person suffers from addiction, including but not limited to the following: They emphasize that they enjoy drinking or taking other drugs They may minimize the level of their problem They may try to hide the seriousness of their problem from those around them They may blame others for their use They may seek out desperate means to continue to feed their addiction such as stealing from those around them What is treatment? Most addiction treatments are designed to do more than simply reduce or remove alcohol or drug use; they focus on getting addicted people to change their lifestyle and even their core life values as a way of preventing relapse. Most addicted people must work hard to protect their recovery. They need to participate in therapy or support groups and call upon others, such as friends or family members, for support. The sooner a person with an addiction gets help, the better. If you re unclear about the seriousness of a drug or alcohol problem, or about what type of help might be needed, the best first step is to seek out the guidance of a health care provider. This might mean speaking with your primary care physician or seeking out other community service providers. Providers of addiction treatment span a particularly wide range of backgrounds, approaches, and methods. You are encouraged to consider the different types of care providers in relation to your problems. Here is some information that may help you find an approach that works for you. 3

5 Treatment programs Most rehabilitative care for addiction occurs in programs that are dedicated to a specific treatment specialty. There are two main programs: Inpatient Programs typically lasting about days. This is most appropriate for patients whose substance use or life situation has become unmanageable and interferes with their daily life. Outpatient Programs typically lasting days. Participation generally lasts from 2 8 hours per day for 2 5 days per week. This program is most suitable for individuals who have a reasonably supportive living situation. All programs whether inpatient or outpatient have group and individual counseling, and many programs now offer medications for addiction and psychiatric problems. Some programs offer the following as well: Social services to help people gain employment Legal assistance Improve parenting and marital relationships Assistance in obtaining drug-free housing In addition, effective programs have more structure in their curriculum, better trained and supervised therapists and counselors, individualized treatment planning, monitoring of alcohol and drug use during treatment, and some offer follow-up continuing care after discharge. Although beginning a treatment program is a stressful time for an addicted person and their family, it is an important moment to ask many questions. Try to learn as much as you can about the treatment philosophy and approach before entering a program. Here are some helpful questions you can ask and some things to think about any treatment program as you consider your options. What therapies are the counselors and therapists trained in? Is individual therapy available and how many sessions are offered? (Be wary of programs that only use group therapy) Is family involved in the treatment process and in what ways? How can the family will prepare for when the affected member returns home? Does thetreatment program involve monitoring of substance use throughout treatment? How can a providertell if a treatment is working and what do they do if it is not working? How many types of therapy, counseling, medications and other services are available for changing a treatment plan? 4

6 What continuing care options are available to patients and how long does continuing care continue? In what form is continuing care provided (home visits, telephone)? Are there any formal efforts to link patients with AA or other mutual help groups? How can the the patient be linked with their primary care physician to assure continuity of care? What is the cost of treatment? Can or will it be covered? Are there coverage limits or limitations as it applies to treatment? Payment for addiction treatment can be a complicated matter and is an honest concern as well. Treatment programs and practitioners get paid from three sources: Private health insurance Medicaid and Medicare (public insurances) Public funds that are a combination of federal and state government dollars (for patients that have neither public nor private insurance) Insist that the health plan pay for a full clinical assessment that identifies all of the physical and psychological problems that need to be addressed by treatment, as well as other services that are needed. Insist on knowing your privacy rights, how your health insurance decides what it will cover and who will work with you to coordinate care. Here are some key questions to navigating the complex maze of funding used to pay for private and public insurance coverage: Am I insured? What are my health insurance benefits? What are the deductibles, co-pays, annual and lifetime limits of my insurance benefits? What are the criteria the health insurance company will use to decide if it will allow admission to treatment and will pay for the treatment? If Medicaid is paying for my or my child s treatment services, what do I need to know about the treatment provider I want to use? Will someone coordinate the care that is being reimbursed? Who? Where are they located and how do I reach them? If I use my health insurance, who else will know about the problem? Will the record follow them? For how long? Always feel free to contact Harbor Health Services at any of our community health centers for help and guidance in navigating what is often a difficult and confusing process. Harbor Health Services offers a variety of services that can aid you in getting your questions answered and, most importantly, finding the help that you need. * Portions of this information were obtained from The Addiction Project which is produced by HBO in partnership with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) and the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) found on the Web at: 5

7 Dorchester Substance Abuse Coalition Adcare Hospital of Worcester, Inc. Inpatient treatment and outpatient clinics for individuals and families affected by substance abuse issues throughout Massachusetts 107 Lincoln Street Worcester, MA Addiction Treatment Center of New England Opioid Treatment, Suboxone Program 77F Warren Street Boston, MA Adolescent Substance Abuse Program Substance Abuse Services 300 Longwood Avenue Jamaica Plain, MA AfterCare Services, Inc. Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, Outpatient Services 2 Lexington Street, Suite 1 East Boston, MA

8 Substance Abuse Resource Directory Anchor House Residential long-term treatment (more than 30 days), Persons with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders, Persons with HIV/ AIDS, Men 60 1/2 Cherry Street Plymouth, MA Arbor House TSS 30-day residential recovery program 130 Pine Street Holyoke, MA Attleboro Center Acute Residential Treatment program for adolescents 200 South Main Street Attleboro, MA Ext.15 Babcock Residential Acute, sub-acute, and recovery treatment program 227 Babcock Street Brookline, MA

9 Dorchester Substance Abuse Coalition Baldpate Hospital Outpatient Substance Abuse Services 83 Baldpate Road Georgetown, MA Bay Cove Human Services Substance abuse prevention, detoxification, short-term residential programming, individual and group counseling, and outpatient treatment for opiate addiction 66 Canal Street Boston, MA Baystate Medical Center Opportunity House Abuse Treatment for Adolescents 59 Saint James Avenue, Suite 61 Springfield, MA Berkshire Medical Center Detoxification and Treatment and McGee Substance Abuse Unit 725 North Street Pittsfield, MA

10 Substance Abuse Resource Directory Boston Alcohol and Substance Abuse Programs, Inc. 1st and 2nd Offense Alcohol Abuse Prevention 30 Winter Street, 3rd Floor Boston, MA Boston Asian: Youth Essential Service Youth Prevention Program 199 Harrison Avenue Boston, MA Boston Hamilton House, Inc. Sober house 25 Mount Ida Road Dorchester, MA Boston Public Health Commission Addiction Services Acupuncture Clinic, Addiction Services Outpatient Counseling, Mom s Project, Transitions 1010 Massachusetts Ave, 2nd Floor Boston, MA

11 Dorchester Substance Abuse Coalition Boston Rescue Mission Post Detox Residential Program 39 Kingston Street Boston, MA Boston Treatment Center Substance Abuse Services, Inpatient Detox 784 Massachusetts Avenue Boston, MA Bournewood Health Systems Substance Abuse Services, Acute Treatment Service/Detox 300 South Street Brookline, MA In-patient: Ext. 580 Out-patient: Ext. 395 Bridge Over Troubled Waters, Inc. Counseling Resources 47 West Street Boston, MA

12 Substance Abuse Resource Directory Brookside Community Health Center Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment 3297 Washington Street Jamaica Plain, MA Carlson Recovery Center Substance Abuse Services 471 Chestnut Street Springfield, MA or Casa Esperanza, Inc. Substance Abuse Treatment/Halfway House 291 Eustis Street Roxbury, MA CASPAR House Substance Abuse Treatment 315 Highland Avenue Somerville, MA

13 Dorchester Substance Abuse Coalition CASTLE (Clean And Sober Teens Living Empowered) Short-term treatment center for adolescents ages Meadowbrook Road Brockton, MA In-patient: Out-patient: Catholic Charities Variety of Social Services 51 Sleeper Street Boston, MA Children s Services of Roxbury Outpatient Substance Abuse Program 520 Dudley Street Roxbury, MA Ext.523 Codman Square Health Center Outpatient Substance Abuse Services 637 Washington Street Dorchester, MA

14 Substance Abuse Resource Directory Community Healthlink Substance Abuse Services 72 Jacques Avenue Worcester, MA Community Substance Abuse Centers Outpatient Substance Abuse Services Opioid Treatment 175 Crescent Avenue Chelsea, MA Cushing House Adolescent Rehab, Substance Abuse Treatment and Drug Rehab 58 Old Colony Avenue South Boston, MA Danvers Treatment Center Substance Abuse Services 111 Middleton Road Danvers, MA

15 Dorchester Substance Abuse Coalition Dennis McLaughlin House Supportive Housing/Case Management 150 Second Avenue Charlestown, MA Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center Drug Dependency Treatment Center Outpatient Clinic 251 Causeway Street Boston, MA Dimock Community Health Center Acute treatment services(detox), addiction and recovery outpatient treatment 55 Dimock Street Roxbury, MA Emerson Hospital Inpatient and Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment 133 Old Rd. Concord, MA

16 Substance Abuse Resource Directory Entre Familia Woman and Families Substance Abuse Services/ Residential Substance Abuse 211 River Street Mattapan, MA Family Service of Greater Boston Outpatient Substance Abuse Program 31 Heath Street Jamaica Plain, MA Faulkner Hospital Addiction Recovery Program 1153 Center Street Jamaica Plain, MA In-patient: Out-patient: Fenway Community Health Center Individual substance therapy through suboxone, acupuncture and recovery skills work group for adolescents ages Boylston Street Boston, MA

17 Dorchester Substance Abuse Coalition Gandara Addiction Recovery Program Addiction Recovery Program and Substance Abuse Services for Spanish Speakers 147 Norman Street West Springfield, MA Gavin House Residential Half Way House for Men 675 E 4th Street South Boston, MA Gosnold Treatment Center Substance Abuse Treatment 200 Ter Heun Road Falmouth, MA Habit Opco Substance Abuse Services 99 Topeka Street Boston, MA

18 Substance Abuse Resource Directory Suboxone Treatment 250 Mount Vernon Street Dorchester, MA Harmony House Substance Abuse Treatment Services 234 Earle Street New Bedford, MA Harvard Street Neighborhood Health Center Outpatient Substance Abuse Services 632 Blue Hill Avenue Dorchester, MA Hello House/Long Island Health Campus Substance Abuse Treatment 686 Massachusetts Avenue Boston, MA

19 Dorchester Substance Abuse Coalition High Point Treatment Center Inc. Inpatient and Outpatient Substance Abuse Services 1233 State Road Plymouth, MA Home for Little Wanderers Alcohol Drug Use Assessment and Treatment Program 271 Huntington Avenue Boston, MA Home-321 Hope House Addiction Services Outpatient and Residential Substance Abuse Services 8 Farnham Street Boston, MA HopeFound/Pine Street Inn Treatment Services, Stabilization Program, The Kitty Dukakis Treatment Center for Women 170 Morton Street Boston, MA

20 Substance Abuse Resource Directory Institute for Health and Recovery Outpatient and Residential Substance Abuse Services, Prevention and Early Intervention Services, and Recovery Services for Families, Youth, and Young Adults 349 Broadway Cambridge, MA Recovery Home Interim House Inc. 62 Waldeck Street Dorchester, MA Irish International Immigration Center Smoking cessation, individual, couple and family counseling, referral services to immigrants with substance abuse, addiction and mental health issues 100 Franklin Street, LL-1 Boston, MA Kit Clark Senior Services Mental Health Clinic and Senior Services 1500 Dorchester Avenue Boston, MA

21 Dorchester Substance Abuse Coalition La Alianza Hispana Family Counseling Center 78 Forest Street Roxbury, MA Latin American Health Institute Substance Abuse Clinic, Family Services, and Social Services 95 Berkeley Street Boston, MA Ext.106 Long Island Shelter Emergency Shelter for Adults P.O.BOX Boston, MA Ext.401 Lowell Community Health Center Substance Abuse Services, Behavioral Health Services 17 Warren Street Lowell, MA

22 Substance Abuse Resource Directory Inpatient Program Marlborough Hospital 157 Union Street Marlborough, MA Martha Eliot Health Center Outpatient Substance Abuse Services 75 Bickford Street Jamaica Plain, MA Massachusetts General Hospital Addiction Services 16 Blossom Street Boston, MA Massachusetts Organization for Addiction Recovery Addiction Recovery Services and Treatment 30 Winter Street, 3rd floor Boston, MA

23 Dorchester Substance Abuse Coalition Massachusetts Substance Abuse Information and Education Online and Helpline Referral and Information Resources 95 Berkeley Street Boston, MA wwwhelpline-online.com McLean Hospital Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment 115 Mill Street Belmont, MA Middlesex Human Service Agency Substance Abuse Recovery Homes, Inpatient Services, Housing Assistance 50 Prospect Street Waltham, MA Moving Onto Recovery and Empowerment (MORE) Program Substance Abuse Services for Women 774 Albany Street Boston, MA

24 Substance Abuse Resource Directory MYR (Motivating Youth Recovery) Adolescents who seek a starting point to long-term recovery from substance abuse 12 Queen Street Worcester, MA Narcotic Addiction Clinic Meth Services Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment, Methadone Maintenance, Acupuncture, Men s Health, Women s Health, Needle Exchange 300 Frontage Road Boston, MA New Hope Transitional Support Services Substance Abuse Treatment Services 61 Redfield Rd. South Weymouth, MA New Victories/Victory House Residential Treatment Program for Men 9 Virginia Street Dorchester, MA Ext.2 23

25 Dorchester Substance Abuse Coalition NORCAP Lodge Inpatient and Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment 71 Walnut Street Foxboro, MA North Cottage Program Residential Substance Abuse Services 69 E Main Street Norton, MA North End Waterfront Health Office Based Opioid Treatment, Substance Abuse Counseling 332 Hanover Street Boston, MA North Shore Recovery High School A fully accredited alternative high school for youth in recovery 502 Cabot Street Beverly, MA Ext

26 Substance Abuse Resource Directory North Suffolk Mental Health Association Meridian House, Substance Abuse Services 14 Porter Street Boston, MA Pegasus Youth Residence Adolescent Female Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Services for year olds 482 Lowell Street Lawrence, MA Phoenix House Substance Abuse Treatment for Adults and Adolescents 15 Mulberry Street Springfield, MA Ext.6260 or 6250 Providence Behavioral Health Hospital Substance Abuse Treatment 1233 Main Street Holyoke, MA

27 Dorchester Substance Abuse Coalition Recovery High School A fully accredited alternative high school for youth in recovery 334 Franklin Street Springfield, MA schoolsites/recovery/default.asp Rehabilitation and Health Inc. Substance Abuse Treatment and Halfway House 52 White Street Boston, MA Richardson House Substance Abuse Treatment/post detox 83 Dakota Street Dorchester, MA Adolescent Outreach ROCA Inc. 101 Park Street Chelsea, MA

28 Substance Abuse Resource Directory Roxbury Comprehensive Community Health Center, Inc. Behavioral Health, Suboxone Program, Methadone Treatment 435 Warren Street Boston, MA Salvation Army Harbor Light Center Substance Abuse Treatment Services 407 Shawmut Avenue Boston, MA Sidney Borum Jr. Health Center Primary care, mental health and substance abuse counseling, HIV counseling, testing and risk reduction reinforcement, and other clinical and social services to young people, generally between the ages of 13 and Boylston Street Boston, MA South Boston Community Health Center Suboxone program 409 West Broadway South Boston, MA

29 Dorchester Substance Abuse Coalition South Shore Mental Health Quitting Time Addiction Services 500 Victory Road Quincy, MA South Shore Recovery Home Recovery Home Program for Males 10 Dysart Street Quincy, MA Southern Jamaica Plain Health Center Outpatient Counseling 640 Centre Street Jamaica Plain, MA Span, Inc. Substance Abuse Treatment for those currently incarcerated or recently released from jail 105 Chauncy Street, 6th floor Boston, MA

30 Substance Abuse Resource Directory Spectrum Health Systems, Inc. Detoxification and Treatment 10 Mechanic Street, Suite 302 Worcester, MA In-patient: Out-patient: Ext.1161 St. Elizabeth s Comprehensive Addiction Program (SECAP) Substance Abuse Services 736 Cambridge Street Brighton, MA STEP, Inc. Recovery Center/Outpatient Treatment 131 Beverly Street Boston, MA Steppingstone, Inc. Outpatient Substance Abuse Services, residential programs 522 North Main Street Fall River, MA

31 Dorchester Substance Abuse Coalition Sullivan House Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Services for Adult Males 65 Glen Road Jamaica Plain, MA Transitions TSS Substance Abuse Treatment 201 River Street Mattapan, MA Tufts Medical Center South Boston Behavioral Clinic, Counselors, Suboxone Clinic 58 Old Colony Avenue South Boston, MA Upham s Corner Health Center Office Based Opioid Treatment 500 Columbia Road Dorchester, MA

32 Substance Abuse Resource Directory Veteran s Center for Addiction Treatment Intensive day treatment for 2 weeks for Veterans 200 Springs Road Bedford, MA Victory Programs Addiction Treatment and Recovery 965 Massachusetts Avenue Boston, MA Volunteers of America Massachusetts At risk youth and adult substance abuse services 441 Centre Street Jamaica Plain, MA Wayside Youth and Family Support Network Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment/ Mental Illness 1 Frederick Abbott Way Framingham, MA

33 Dorchester Substance Abuse Coalition Whittier Street Health Center Outpatient Treatment Center 1290 Tremont Street Roxbury, MA Ext.7 Wild Acre Inns Mental Health Respite, Partial Hospitalization Programs Intensive Outpatient Programs, Adult Residential Treatment Programs 108 Pleasant Street Arlington, MA William J. Ostiguy High School A fully accredited alternative high school for youth in recovery 19 Temple Place Boston, MA william-j-ostiguy-high-school Willis Center A range of support, treatment, and counseling services to men and women suffering from addiction 119 Forest Street Worcester, MA

34 Free, fast and anonymous HIV counseling and testing Geiger Gibson Community Health Center 250 Mount Vernon Street Dorchester MA (617) Walk In hours: Tuesdays 3:00pm 7:00pm Neponset Health Center 398 Neponset Ave. Dorchester MA (617) Walk In hours: Wednesdays 3:00pm 7:00pm 33

35 Visit us online The Dorchester Substance Abuse Coalition Neponset Health Center A division of Harbor Health Services Inc. Mailing: 398 Neponset Avenue Dorchester, MA Office: 10 Minot Street, 3rd Floor Dorchester, MA

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