The Transition House Program provides 16 beds to men with a mental health disorder and cooccurring substance use disorder. The Program is located in a three-story building providing a comfortable, safe, home-like environment. Residents participate in the program as long as needed as they work on developing recovery skills and support systems. Men are also assisted with obtaining employment, entitlements, parenting skills, living and coping skills as well as finding appropriate housing.
These skills, services, and supports empower men so they successfully transition into the community and experience long-term recovery and an improved quality of life.
- Individual, group, and family counseling
- Substance use and psychiatric treatment including medication management
- Comprehensive case management services for homeless and chronically homeless individuals
- Comprehensive educational components related to all aspects of recovery
- Referral to employment development agencies
- Employment readiness education
- 12-Step meetings and other AA/NA recovery related activities
- Trauma informed care
- Structured recreational activities
- Referrals to community based collateral services, educational opportunities, medical care, domestic violence support and other forms of assistance
- Housing placement assistance
- Referrals to medication assisted treatment (MAT)
- Discharge and aftercare planning
- 18 years of age or older
- A resident of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
- Medically and psychologically stabilized
Download the Brochure for the Fall River Men’s Program
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