SMOC Behavioral Healthcare (SBH)

SMOC Behavioral Healthcare is a division of SMOC that provides substance use and mental health outpatient services to individual adults, children and families. In addition, SBH provides substance use recovery residential services to individuals including pregnant and post-partum women and families, court diversion programs, OUI/MID court ordered services, gambling treatment and Peer Recovery Support. 

Outpatient Clinic Services:

  • Individual Adult and Child therapy, as well as Family and Group therapy
  • Medication evaluations and follow up
  • In-Home Therapy (IHT) and In-Home Behavioral Services (IHBS) through Children’s Behavioral Health Initiative (CBHI)
  • Attachment, Regulation and Competency (ARC) Treatment: A treatment framework for children and adolescents that have experienced trauma, and their caregivers
  • Children exposed to Domestic Violence (CEDV) Treatment: A grant funded program to support children and families that have experienced Domestic Violence.
  • Massachusetts Impaired Driving Program, an educational/treatment program for persons convicted of an Operating Under the Influence charge (OUI)
  • Peer Recovery Coaches for individuals that are on the path to recovery
  • Drug Diversion groups for individuals that are entering the criminal justice system and referred by the court

Request Outpatient Services from our Framingham or Marlboro clinic by calling
508-879-2250 Ext 13240 or 339-462-9641.

Open Monday through Friday 8am to 5pm.

Residential Programs:

Sage House-The Sage House is a substance use residential program, participants are two parent or single parent male head of household families in which the head of household is in need of substance use disorder treatment.

Consideration for the admission into the program requires that an individual is not at risk for physical withdrawal and is assessed with an alcohol and/or drug use disorder based on established diagnostic criteria. A prospective client must be medically and behaviorally stable and able to comply with program rules, and participate in treatment planning procedures.

All referrals come through the Institute for Health and Recovery (IHR) Call 617-661-3991

Serenity House-Serenity House has an 18-year history of providing services to women living in recovery from past addictions to drugs and alcohol. The program serves a broad cross-section of the community, including those that have a long history of homelessness.

Serenity House residential program provides treatment and case management services for up to 36 women including up to five slots for pregnant and post-partum women.

To make a referral or apply call Serenity House at (508) 620-2510 or fax a psychological assessment, history, physical and recent PPD (1yr.) to (508) 620-2511. After faxing required information, individuals should follow up with Serenity House for a phone intake.

Rhodes to Recovery-Rhodes House is a social model residential program for Substance Use Disorder recovery that provides treatment and case management services for up to 27 women.

Interested social service agencies or individuals should fax a copy of their psychosocial assessment to (508) 581-9279. After faxing required information, follow up with Rhodes House Program Manager at (508) 581-7821.

COE House: COE House is a 16-bed co-occurring enhanced residential recovery program in Framingham for women. Residents are housed in a 24/7 safe, structured environment which supports residents’ recovery from addiction and moderate to severe mental health conditions as they integrate into the community and return to social, vocation/employment and /or educational roles.

To make a COE House referral or apply call 508-424-5066.

Anchored in Recovery

SMOC Behavioral Healthcare

7 Bishop Street, Building 29, Framingham
MA 01702
Phone (508) 879-2250
Fax (508) 620-2637
230 Maple Street, Marlboro
MA 01752
Phone (508) 480-0092
Fax (508) 481-1504

South Middlesex Opportunity Council will improve equity, wellness and quality of life for diverse individuals and families by providing advocacy, education, and a wide range of services; building a community of support and inclusion; and creating awareness to combat poverty through partnerships and coalitions with other organizations.