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1 Western Massachusetts Substance Abuse Treatment and Prevention Services Directory Programs Funded and/or Licensed by: The Department of Public Health Bureau of Substance Abuse Services Ruth Jacobson-Hardy, Western Massachusetts Regional Manager Erica Piedade, Director of Licensing Ben Cluff, Veterans Services Coordinator Department of Public Health 23 Service Center Road Northampton, MA Voice: (413) Fax: (413) TTY: (800) Boston Office: (617) Statewide HELPLINE: For services for pregnant women and family residential treatment call the Institute for Health and Recovery at Or September,

2 Western Massachusetts Substance Abuse Treatment and Prevention Services Directory Table of Contents Service and Program Types Acute Treatment Services...5 Transitional Support 6 Clinical Support Service..6 Outpatient Services 6-11 Recovery Engagement and Home-based Services.11 Office-based Opioid Treatment.12 Opiate Overdose Prevention.12 Narcotic Treatment Services Residential Recovery Programs Supportive Housing Recovery Support Center...17 Intervention Programs...17 Recovery High School.17 Prevention Services..18 Community Coalitions for Youth

3 Western Massachusetts Substance Abuse Treatment and Prevention Services Service and Program Types Acute Treatment Services: Medical stabilization for individuals in need of detoxification in a medically monitored environment. Transitional Support Service: Structured residential support and case management for individuals post detox and in transition to residential placement. Must be referred from an ATS program or homeless shelter. Clinical Support Service: Clinically managed high intensity short-term residential program for individuals not in need of detox. Can be referred by ATS or from the community. Ambulatory: Outpatient Counseling: Assessment, counseling and follow-up for individuals and families experiencing problems with alcohol and other drugs. Psycho educational groups may be offered to those at risk of substance abuse or addiction. Day Treatment: Day treatment provides each client with 3.5 hours of counseling, five times per week; individual, group and family counseling, relapse prevention, communicable disease prevention, case management, and encouragement of the use of self help groups. Driver Alcohol Education: Driver alcohol education for individuals convicted of first offense of driving under the influence of alcohol. Comprehensive assessment, 16 interactive group sessions, introduction to self-help and referral for treatment as needed. Compulsive Gambling: Provides information, referral and outpatient counseling for the treatment of compulsive gambling. Second Offender Aftercare: Assessment and counseling for individuals convicted of second offense of driving under the influence of alcohol. Recovery Engagement and Home-based Services Home-based substance abuse treatment and case management services to families where substance abuse is identified by the Department of Children and Families. Office-based Opioid Treatment: Nurse case management services of Suboxone treatment within a community health center setting. Opiate Overdose Prevention: Narcan distribution, training and education for active opiate users, family member, friends and treatment staff. Narcotic Treatment Services: Methadone maintenance and outpatient detox for opiate addicted individuals. 3

4 Residential Rehabilitation: Recovery Home: A transitional residence for men and women, eighteen years of age and older, who are in the early stages of substance abuse recovery. They provide a home-like atmosphere in which recovering alcoholics and drug addicts receive individual and/or group counseling, educational and vocational training, and support that helps residents to return to independent, drug-free living in the community. All programs are staffed seven days per week, twenty-four hours per day. Social Model Recovery Home: A transitional residence for men and women eighteen years of age and older, who are in the early stages of substance abuse recovery. Social Mode Recovery Homes provide a lightly structured, drug-free environment. This supportive environment is maintained through twenty-four hour staffing and case management services. The emphasis is placed on assisting residents to provide one another with a culture of recovery, support, sharing, and positive peer role modeling. Supportive Housing: Supportive Case Management for Housing provides case management services within an alcohol and drug-free living environment that reinforces recovery through establishing community-based supports to maintain ongoing goals in the recovery process. Supportive Housing programs have linkages with a range of services in the continuum of care. These linkages will assist and support residents to address primary health concerns, as well as develop skills and abilities to sustain recovery, continue to establish independence, and provide opportunities for aftercare planning. Post-detox Housing: Permanent housing for individuals who can benefit from a sober housing environment and case management services. Recovery Support Center: A center that offers people in recovery peer support that helps to prevent relapse and promote sustained recovery from alcohol and drug use. The center will offer an environment which enhances life skills and creates opportunities to connect with others in recovery and the broader community. Information about treatment services and referral to treatment will also be offered. Intervention Programs: Programs that provide services to families where substance abuse may be a problem for one or more family members. These services teach families strategies for engaging the substance user into treatment, strategies for building healthy communication to prevent substance use problems and parenting tools to help parents reduce the chances of substance abuse among their children. Prevention Services: Prevention Programs and Community Coalitions: Offer primary prevention services and opportunities to increase the factors in the lives of youth at risk that protect them from substance use and decrease their risk of health problems. Science based curriculums are used for youth programming and environmental strategies are used within community coalitions. 4

5 All Pregnant Women seeking substance abuse treatment have priority access to treatment in Massachusetts. If you need further assistance in accessing services for pregnant women, please call the Institute for Health and Recovery at and ask for Emily Winslow or Beverly Perham. Acute Treatment Services-Adults Kristin Morin Carlson Recovery Center-BHN 471 Chestnut Street Springfield, MA Tel. (413) (main number and admissions after 5:00 and on weekends) Fax (413) Tel. (413) Central Intake (8:00-5:00 Monday-Friday) Fax (413) Shannon McCarthy McGee Unit of Berkshire Medical Center 725 North Street Pittsfield, MA Tel. (413) Fax (413) TTY (800) Luz Thomas Providence Detox 1233 Main Street Holyoke, MA Tel. (413) Central Assessment Center: (800) Fax (413) TTY (413) Acute Treatment and Stabilization Services Youth Dan Melle Motivating Youth Recovery Acute Detoxification and Stabilization Community Healthlink, Inc. for Adolescents (ages 13-17) 12 Queen Street, 5 th floor Worcester, MA Tel. (508) Fax (508) Kim Fisher The Castle Acute Detoxification and Stabilization High Point Treatment Center for Adolescents (ages 13-17) 20 Meadowbrook Road Brockton, MA Tel (508) Fax (508)

6 Transitional Support Service Daniel Pender Phoenix TSS 130 Pine Street Holyoke, MA Tel. (413) (413) Fax (413) TTY (413) Post-detox, Co-Ed Clinical Support Service George Timmons Post-detox Clinical Stabilization, Co-ed The Hope Center/Behavioral Health Network 35 Heywood Terrace Springfield, MA Tel. (413) ; (413) 746-HOPE Fax (413) Tel (413) Central Intake (8:00-5:00 Monday-Friday) Fax (413) Outpatient Services Annie Park AdCare Outpatient Services 117 Park Ave. West Springfield, MA Tel. (413) Fax (413) Helen Lincoln White ServiceNet Outpatient Programs 55 Federal Street Greenfield, MA Tel. (413) Central Intake (877) Fax (413) TTY (413) L AND DRUG INE / Ross Goodwin-Brown Carson Center for Adults &Families 77 Mill Street, Suite 251 Westfield, MA Tel. (413) Fax (413) Karen Reiniger Center for Human Development Child and Family Services 367 Pine Street Springfield, MA Tel. (413) Fax (413) Intakes (413) TTY (413) Second Offender Aftercare () 6

7 Catherine Sickles Center for Human Development Child and Family Services 131 West Main St. 1 st Floor Orange, MA Tel (978) Fax (978) Amy Olson Clinical and Support Options One Arch Place Greenfield, MA Tel. (413) Fax (413) Brian Gordon Clinical and Support Options-Athol 491 Main Street Athol, MA Tel. (978) Fax (978) , Driver Alcohol Education (Orange and Greenfield) Jane LynchOL G HJaneO / Clinical and Support Options-Northampton and Youth, 8 Atwood Drive Compulsive Gambling, Day Treatment, Northampton, MA Driver Alcohol Education, Second Offender Tel. (413) Aftercare (413) Fax (413) Katie Downey Crossroads Agency 80 Congress St. Suite 106 Springfield, MA Tel. (413) Fax (413) Jaime Maldonado Gandara Center, Day Treatment, Driver Alcohol 85 St. George Road Education, Second Offender Aftercare, Acupuncture, Springfield, MA Compulsive Gambling Tel. (413) (DPH contracted) Fax (413) Natalie Hall Gandara Center 2155 Main St. Springfield, MA Tel. (413) X125 Fax (413) Baxter Chandler Holyoke Medical Center Center for Behavioral Health 575 Beech Street Youth Services Day Treatment for Adults 7

8 Holyoke, MA Tel. (413) Intake (413) Fax (413) Gail Lesure Brien Center for Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services 333 East Street Pittsfield, MA Tel. (413) (800) Fax (413) Outpatient and Day Treatment Adults, Buprenorphine Program (DPH contracted) AND DRUG HOTLINE / Gail Lesure Brien Center for Mental Health and Youth, & Substance Abuse Services Adolescent Services include: 124 American Legion Drive Individual, Group, Family North Adams, MA and School-based assessments/groups Tel. (413) (800) Fax (413) (DPH contracted) Gail Lesure Brien Center for Mental Health & Youth, & Substance Abuse Services Adolescent Services include: 60 Cottage Street Individual, Group, Family Great Barrington, MA and School-based assessments/groups Tel. (413) (800) Fax (413) (DPH contracted) Mark Malinak DAE of the Brien Center for Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services Driver Alcohol Education 333 East Street Second Offender Aftercare Pittsfield, MA Tel. (413) (800) (DPH contracted) Fax (413) Linda Wooten Patrick Miller Youth Progam of the Outpatient for Youth Brien Center 251 Fenn Street Pittsfield, MA Tel. (413) X 1248 (800) () Fax (413) Stephen Sacco Mt. Tom Substance Abuse Services Behavioral Health Network 40 Bobala Road Holyoke, MA Tel. (413) Fax (413)

9 Angela Baez Mt. Tom City Clinic Behavioral Health Network 235 Maple Street Holyoke, MA Tel. (413) Fax (413) Richard McKeown Sloan Clinic Behavioral Health Network, Driver Alcohol 471 Chestnut St. Education. Second Offender Aftercare Springfield, MA Tel. (413) Fax (413) () Intake (413) Intake Fax (413) Deborah Manzano School St. Counseling Institute Behavioral Health Network 110 Maple St. Springfield, MA Tel. (413) Fax (413) Michael Asinas Child Guidance Clinic Behavioral Health Network 110 Maple St. Springfield, MA Tel (413) Fax (413) Outpatient for Youth Richard McKeown Carlson Day Treatment Program Behavioral Health Network Day Treatment for Adults 471 Chestnut Street Springfield, MA Tel. (413) Intake Tel (413) Fax (413) (DPH contracted) Mark Paglia Providence Hospital Outpatient Dept 1233 Main St. Individual, Family, Evening/Day Treatment, Holyoke, MA Driver Alcohol Education, Second Offender Tel. (413) Aftercare For Admission: (413) ; (800) Fax (413) (DPH contracted)ass ALCOHOL AND DRUG HOTLINE /547- Susan O Conner Phoenix Outpatient Program Outpatient for Youth and Adults, Driver 15 Mulberry St. Alcohol Education Springfield, MA Tel (413) x 4 DAE x 5 Fax (413)

10 Leah Bradley Wing Memorial Hospital and Youth, Griswold Center Second Offender Aftercare, Buprenorphine 40 Wright Street Program Palmer, MA Tel. (413) Fax (413) Karen Franklin Huntington Health Center Hilltown Community Health Centers, Inc 73 Russell Road Individual, Family Huntington, MA Tel. (413) Fax (413) TTY (413) Karen Franklin Worthington Health Center Hilltown Community Health Centers, Inc 58 Old North Road Worthington, MA Tel. (413) Fax (413) TTY (413) Individual, Family Gateway School-Based Health Center Hilltown Community Health Centers, Inc 12 Littleville Road Outpatient for Youth Huntington, MA Individual, Group, Family Tel. (413) Fax (413) Recovery Engagement and Home-based Services Lynne Blaisdell Family Recovery Project Institute for Health and Recovery Tel (413) Screening Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment Laurie Tillberry SBIRT Mercy Medical Center 271 Carew St. Springfield, MA Tel (413) Fax (413) Office-based Opioid Treatment Home-based treatment for families Closed referrals from Hampden County DCF Offices Tammi Kozuch Holyoke Health Center 230 Maple Street Holyoke, MA Tel (413) () 10

11 Norman Deschaine Brightwood Health Center 380 Plainfield St. () Springfield, MA Tel. (413) For More Information about Office-based Opioid Treatment call: Opiate Overdose Prevention Liz Whynott Tapestry Health Narcan Pilot Program 16 Center Street Northampton, MA Tel (413) Nellie Kuilan Tapestry Health La Voz 130 Maple Street, lower level Springfield, MA Tel (413) Marie Graves Springfield Coalition for Opioid Overdose Prevention S.C.O.O.P. Spfld. Dept. of Health/Human Services 95 State Street, Suite 201 Springfield, MA Tel (413) Fax (413) Laura Kittross Berkshire Opioid Abuse Prevention Coalition Berkshire Public Health Alliance 1 Fenn St. Suite 302 Pittsfield, MA Tel (413) X37 Marisa Hebble Opioid Education and Awareness Task Force Franklin County and North Quabbin Region 101 Munson Street Greenfield, MA Tel (413) Website: (in development) Narcotic Treatment Services Cynthia Banfield Weir, Program Director Community Substance Abuse Centers 628 Center Street Chicopee, MA

12 Tel. (413) Fax (413) TTY (413) Community Substance Abuse Centers 297 Pleasant Street Northampton, MA Tel. (413) Fax (413) Community Substance Abuse Centers 177 Shelburne Road Greenfield, MA Tel. (413) Fax (413) Community Substance Abuse Centers 125 N. Elm Street Westfield, MA Tel. (413) Fax (413) TTY (413) Gio Villa Habit OPCO 2257 Main Street Springfield, MA Tel. (413) Fax (413) TTY (413) Janet Stabile Providence Hospital Methadone Program 1233 Main Street Holyoke, MA Tel. (413) (413) (Intakes) Fax (413) TTY (413) Janet Stabile Providence Hospital Methadone Program 227 Mill Street Springfield, MA Tel. (413) or , (413) (Intakes) Fax (413) TTY (413) Rebecca Colvin Spectrum Health System 42 Summer St., Suite 201 Pittsfield, MA Tel (413) Central Intake (508) () () () () 12

13 Residential Recovery Programs Wayne Degrenier Beacon House for Men ServiceNet Social Model, Recovery Home, Men 57 Beacon Street Greenfield, MA Tel. (413) Fax (413) TTY (413) Samantha Purinton Beacon House for Women ServiceNet Social Model, Recovery Home, Women 53 Beacon Street Greenfield, MA Tel. (413) Fax (413) TTY (413) Mike Wing Orange Recovery House ServiceNet Social Model, Recovery Home, Men 35 Congress Street Orange, MA Tel (978) Takisa Smith Watershed Recovery Home CHD 148 Montague City Road Greenfield, MA Tel. (413) Recovery Home, Women, Pregnant and Post-partum Estelle Santiago Gandara Addiction Recovery Program Recovery Home, Men Arch Street Springfield, MA Tel. (413) Fax (413) TTY (413) Moana Rawlins Gandara Residential Services for Women Women, Pregnant/Post-Partum, 507 Appleton Street Recovery Home Holyoke, MA Tel. (413) Fax (413) Nancy Gonzalez-Silva Grace House-CHD Family Residential Treatment 143 West Street Northampton, MA Tel. (413) Fax (413) For Referral: (617)

14 Daniel McCarthy Hairston House-Gandara Social Model, Recovery Home, Men 25 Graves Avenue Northampton, MA Tel. (413) Fax (413) TTY (413) Debbie Shaver Keenan House The Brien Center 202 Bradford Street Recovery Home, Co-ed Pittsfield, MA Tel. (413) Fax (413) TTY (413) / Pauline Isabelle My Sisters House-BHN Recovery Home, Women, Pregnant/Post- 89 Belmont Avenue Partum Springfield, MA Tel. (413) Fax (413) TTY (413) Suresh Rajendran Opportunity House BHN Recovery Home, Men St. James Avenue Springfield, MA Tel. (413) Fax (413) TTY (413) Heather-Lee Mabry Cole s Place-BHN 401 Liberty St. Springfield, MA Tel. (413) Recovery Home, Men Kim Monson Family Residential Treatment The Village-BHN African American Women and Children 385 Maple St. (Federally Funded) Springfield, MA Tel (413) Fax (413) TTY (413) Tyena Whitley Phoenix House Recovery Home, Co-Ed 5 Madison Avenue Springfield, MA Tel. (413) Fax (413) TTY (413)

15 Chris Bernier Phoenix Academy at Springfield Youth, Male, Therapeutic Community 15 Mulberry Street Springfield, MA Tel. (413) Fax (413) Supportive Housing Samantha Purinton The Moltenbrey ServiceNet 60 Wells Street Greenfield, MA Tel. (413) X205 Fax (413) TTY (413) Gandara Center Miracle House 114 Calhoun Street Springfield, MA Tel. (413) Fax (413) Gandara Center Serenity Program 1 Robinson Drive Chicopee, MA Tel. (413) Fax (413) Co-Ed Co-Ed Women Gandara Center Community Housing Program Families Nia Program 476 Appleton St. Suite #8 Holyoke, MA Tel. (413) for Referrals Call: (617) Fax (413) TTY (617) Debbie Shaver The Brien Center Co-Ed, Families Safe Harbor 184 Bradford Street Pittsfield, MA Tel. (413) for referrals call: (617) Fax (413) TTY (413) Debbie Shaver The Brien Center Supportive Housing Program 184 Bradford St. Pittsfield, MA Tel. (413) Fax (413) TTY (413) Co-Ed 15

16 Moira Lozada Tranquility House-SMOC 25 Rittenhouse Terrace Springfield, MA Mailing address: 287 State St., Springfield, MA Tel. (413) Kaitlyn Leonard Wright Home-SMOC 305 Main St. Easthampton, MA Tel. (413) (508) Fax (413) Lynn Conway Crossroads Program-SMOC 1509 N. Main St. Palmer, MA Tel. (413) Fax (413) Women Women () Recovery Support Center Linda Sarage The RECOVER Project 68 Federal Street Greenfield, MA Tel. (413) Fax (413) () Intervention and Family Support Programs Susan O Conner Phoenix Family Intervention 15 Mulberry St. Springfield, MA Tel (413) x6259 Fax (413) Dominique Simon-Levine Allies in Recovery 111 Pleasant St. Northampton, MA Tel (413) Fax (413) Barbara Gallo/ Patty Feriera Western Mass Parents Support Group For Info Call: or Joanne Peterson/ Merielle Paul Learn to Cope Parents Support Groups For Info Call: Website: Family Intervention Family Training and Advocacy Center Wednesdays from 6:30-8:30 Providence Hospital Thursdays at 7:00PM at Providence Hospital 16

17 Recovery High School Michael Ellis Liberty Preparatory Academy 39 Alderman St, Springfield Springfield, MA Tel (413) Substance Abuse Prevention Programs Leah Uberseder Girls Incorporated of Holyoke 6 Open Square Holyoke, MA Tel. (413) x108 Fax (413) Rachel Stoler Franklin Regional Council of Government Community Coalition for Teens 278 Main Street, Suite 411 Greenfield, MA Tel. (413) x116 Fax (413) Lois Daunis Northern Berkshire Community Coalition Community Organizing for Prevention 61 Main Street, Suite 218 North Adams, MA Tel. (413) Fax (413) TTY (413) Sue Carin Town of Amherst SPIFFY/Hampshire Education Collaborative 97 Hawley Street Northampton, MA Tel. (413) x177 Fax (413) Alison Jones City of Springfield Department of Health and Human Services Gandara Center 147 Norman St. West Springfield, MA Tel (413) x203 Community Coalitions for Youth Kat Allen Communities That Care of Franklin County 393 Main Street 17

18 Greenfield, MA Tel. (413) Fax. (413) TTY (413) Al Bashevkin Northern Berkshire Community Coalition 61 Main Street North Adams, MA Tel. (413) Fax (413) Leah Uberseder Holyoke Youth Task Force PO BOX 6812 Holyoke, MA Tel (413) x 108 Fax (413) Ruth Ever Easthampton Healthy Youth Coalition 50 Payson Ave 2nd Floor Tel Sophia Mattis Drug Free Communities Mason Square Drug Free Task Force 106 Wilbraham Road (Mailing: 74 Walnut Street) Springfield, MA Tel (413) x127 Sue Carin SPIFFY/Hampshire Education Collaborative 97 Hawley Street Northampton, MA Tel. (413) x177 Fax (413) Karen Jarvis-Vance Northampton Prevention Coalition 380 Elm Street Northampton, MA Tel (413) X3021 Anna Cruz STOP ACCESS Springfield Gandara Center 130 Maple St. Suite 302 Springfield, MA Tel (413) Fax (413) Please mail changes to the Western Massachusetts Substance Abuse Treatment and Prevention Services Directory to: 18

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