Out of caution for the health and safety of our community, our services will continue virtually until further notice. With the exception of 24-hour facilities, Recovery Center, and Childcare which remain open. WIC continues to serve most Participants remotely and now has limited services available in person by appointment only.

The Meadows Program

Program Description/Services

The Meadows Program is an 8-bed residential program for women leaving the correctional system. Participation in the program lasts six months. The program provides transitional housing, substance abuse treatment and educational and vocational training. The residents in the Meadows Program attend some of the same BHS facilitated clinical groups.

Eligibility Requirements

Women who have substance abuse problems. Women who had been incarcerated or had prior incarceration. They have to be referred through the correctional facility.

Contact Information

The office phone is (508)-231-4516 and the fax (508) 231-8713. Referrals must include their Psych-Social, latest TB tests and their medical sheets.

Program Location

Call for more information.

Volunteer Opportunities

People can inquiry about a volunteer opportunity at SMOC by calling the Director of Community Resources at the Framingham Resource Center. The number is (508) 620-2418. Once an opportunity is identify within SMOC, an interview is set up by the component director who will request necessary human resources’ processes such as, a CORI check, and employment authorization check.

Donations Accepted

We can use shampoo, conditioners, feminine hygiene products, clean twin bed sheets and comforters Please call to schedule a delivery.

Annual Statistics

During the past year, the program served 23 women. Five of the six graduates moved into SMOC Sober Housing and continue to stay in touch with the program.

To improve the quality of life of low-income and disadvantaged individuals and families by advocating for their needs and rights; providing services; educating the community; building a community of support; participating in coalitions with other advocates and searching for new resources and partnerships.