Young Adult Residential Case Management Program

Program Description/Services

Our program provides a structured recovery environment for young men ages 18-24. We operate under a peer support model that adheres to a total abstinence policy. Our program is staffed from 8am-11am Monday through Friday with peer house managers providing direction and support over nights and during weekends, although a staff member is always on call in case of an emergency.

Clients are expected to maintain full time employment or enrollment in an educational institution while they reside in the program. Clients can utilize case managers, SMOC Career Center and other local resources to assist with obtaining employment or acquiring a GED or other education as needed. We require all participants to attend weekly individual and group therapy, which are provided through SMOC Behavioral Health. Daily attendance at 12-step or other peer recovery groups is also required. Random urine screens are utilized to maintain adherence to our abstinence policy, and we offer relapse prevention and intervention guidance as needed on a case by case basis.

Case managers assist clients with creating Individual Service Plans in order to map out client goals and provide personal accountability and support towards achieving those goals. We can also assist with communication between clients and probation officers, family, doctors, or any other outside person involved in a clients’ path to recovery.

At YARCM, we work to assist clients with constructing a foundation for long term recovery through skill development, access to resources, and adherence to a recovery process. This system is designed to improve interpersonal skills, self-management, personal responsibility, and lead to productive community membership.

The SMOC YARCM program offers:

  • Compassionate, evidence-based supportive case management
  • A convenient location in downtown Framingham
  • Peer support groups
  • Relapse prevention support
  • Recovery/personal skills group
  • Assistance in accessing medical, psychiatric, and dental care
  • Career counseling
  • GED preparation

Eligibility Requirements

In order to be eligible for admission to YARCM, a male applicant must be between the ages of 18-24, actively seeking abstinence-based recovery, up to 30 days of verifiable sobriety (inpatient ATS and participation in residential program recommended). Health insurance is not necessary to enter the program. Any new client who does not have health insurance will be given assistance with obtaining necessary coverage.

Clients are expected to pay rent in the amount $35/week while participating in the YARCM Program, with the first 4 weeks ($140) due upon admission.

Contact Information

Timothy Driscoll
Program Director
Phone: (508) 620-2690
Cell: (781) 910-9961
Fax: (508) 620-2471

Nicholas Loscocco
Case Manager
Cell: (508) 857-7159

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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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.