Reentering Offenders Achieving Recovery

About Project Roar

ROAR provides services that promote long-term recovery from substance use and co-occurring disorders and reduce recidivism to crime. An Individual Service Plan is tailored around the unique needs of each participant served. Each participant is encouraged and guided in driving the goals and objectives of his or her treatment plan as he or she progresses through different stages of recovery. Services are available to men and women whowill be transitioning from BCHOC or BCSO into the community within four months. Services will be provided in the correctional setting for up to four months and extend into the community as long as needed to achieve goals and long-term sobriety.


• Outreach and engagement
• Individual service planning
• Integrated case management and supervision
• Criminogenic risk assessment
• Level of services inventory
• Risk, need and responsivity assessment
• Substance use evaluation and treatment
• Motivational interviewing
• Psychiatric services including medication
• Seeking Safety and YOURS manualized
• Integrated dual diagnosis treatment
• Psychosocial rehabilitation
• Assistance obtaining income and entitlements
• Employment readiness education and referral
• Assistance connecting to self-help programs
• Recovery coaching services


5 Dover St, Suite 103, New Bedford, MA 02740, USA

5 Dover Street, Suite 207
New Bedford, MA 02740

Phone Number


Admission Criteria

• Within 4 months of release
• 18 years of age or older
• Served three consecutive months
• Returning to Fall River or New Bedford communities

Learn More

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