Collaborative Programs

  • Access to Recovery (ATR) The Massachusetts Department of Public Health and Gavin Foundation are collaborating to expand access to treatment and recovery services using a system of electronic vouchers, consumer choice, and a broad network of community providers. ATR serves individuals in the Boston area involved with the criminal justice system and affected by substance use. More than 750 men and women are released from Suffolk County correctional facilities each year, with a great majority affected by substance use disorder.
  • Phoenix House Quincy Intensive Treatment Services,  is a 64-bed healthcare facility that provides ATS- Acute Treatment Services (commonly known as “detox”) and CSS-Clinical Stabilization Services to adults struggling with drugs, including heroin and prescription drugs, or alcohol.
  • Substance Abuse Program at the Boston Public Schools Counseling Intervention Center (CIC) was established in collaboration with the CIC, Ostiguy High and Ed Options. The program was designed to meet the increasing demand in the school system for substance abuse evaluation and treatment. We provide critical counseling services to Boston Public School students who traditionally have not had access to them.
  • William J. Ostiguy High School provides a safe, sober and supportive school environment in which youth in recovery can develop skills and strengths needed for personal, academic, vocational and community success.