The Mom’s Project is an outpatient treatment program that provides recovery services (individual therapy, group therapy, and case management) for self-identified women who have substance use disorders in Boston. Staff offer expertise in the treatment needs of those with substance use disorders provided in a caring, diverse, culturally-sensitive, and non-judgmental environment.
- Individual substance abuse disorder counseling
- Treatment planning
- Psychotherapeutic groups, including:
- Relapse Prevention, Mindfulness, Anger Management, Neurobiology of Addiction, Spirituality & Recovery, Family Nurturing, Pathways to Reunification, Self-Esteem and Early Recovery Evening Group (Wednesday evenings 6:00 – 7:30pm).
- Case management services
- On-site primary care services
- On-site HIV and STI testing
- Drug screening if requested by outside providers
- Transportation assistance for eligible clients
- Services provided in both English and Spanish
- Light lunch and refreshments
Walk-ins welcome for enrollment (no appointment needed).
Intakes: Monday - Friday 9am - 3pm (Tuesdays until 12pm).
Programs: Monday - Friday 8am - 4pm (Wednesdays until 1:30pm)
Must be a self-identifying woman over the age of 18. Resident of Boston or surrounding neighborhoods with a history of substance abuse or active use with the intention of seeking treatment. Women are not required to have children to participate.
Services provided in English and Spanish.