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Young Adult Residential Case Management Program

Program Description/Services

This program provides structured, sober housing and services young adults ages 18-24. Clients are in early stages of recovery from drug and alcohol addictions and are homeless. The program offers a structure in which residents learn practical skills for leading a healthy, sober lifestyle. The goal of the program is to make the tools of recovery accessible and productive while at the same time laying the foundation for future indepence and success. Case managers assist participants in achieving their goals and provide individual and group meetings. Referrals may be made to other support services such as SMOC's Career Center for job placement, college exploration or GED preparation. Counseling and psychiatric servicdes are avilable through the SMOC's Behavioral Health Services.

The program emphasizes sober living through skill development, access to resources and adherence to a recovery process that improves interpersonal skills, self management and productive community membership. This program provides:

  • A convenient location in downtown Framingham
  • Peer support groups
  • Relapse prevention support
  • Recovery skills group
  • Assistance in accessing medical, psychiatric, and dental care
  • Career counseling
  • GED preparation

Eligibility Requirements

Admission guidelines include being between the ages of 18-24, homeless or at risk for being homeless, 30 days of verifiable sobriety, and motivated to achieve and maintain sobriety. Insurance is not necessary to enter the program.

Contact Information

John Pendelton at 508-620-2451

Program Location

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Volunteer Opportunities

At this time we have no volunteer opportunites. Our residents are themselves always looking for volunteer opportunities. If you have ideas of how these young adults might help your organization, please call.

Donations Accepted

Twin sheets, household items, toiletries.

Annual Statistics

The program provided services to 50 participants during the last year.


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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.