Boston Public Health Commission: Mom’s Project/Women’s Health & Recovery

Filed Under: Families, Physical and Mental Health, Substance Use, Women
774 Albany Street
4th Fl.
Boston, ma 02118
Phone: 617-534-7411
Fax: 617-534-3491
Who to Contact
Intake staff, 617-534-7411

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.

Services provided:

  • 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
  • Care-coordination
  • Transportation assistance for eligible clients
  • Services provided in both English and Spanish
  • Light lunch and refreshments
Service hours

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)

Requirements & Restrictions

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.


While every effort is made to provide current and accurate information for the agency descriptions and hours of operation, it is recommended to call the agency to verify the information before visiting.

Last updated February 6, 2019