Reflections-Court Alternative Program (CAP)
497 Belleville Avenue | Phone:
Reflections-Court Alternative Program is a DPH-licensed
therapeutic jail diversion program for clients facing incarceration
for criminal matters caused by substance abuse/addiction.
Servicing both men and women in separate facilities, the program
includes a 90-day residential stabilization program followed
by 9 months of community-based case management. Referrals
are usually made by probation officers, defense attorneys,
and District Attorneys’ offices.
In the residential stabilization component of CAP, staff experienced
in substance abuse/addiction and mental health care will provide
a highly structured pro-recovery environment, including daily
group and individual treatment, post-discharge planning, and
wellness activities. While not a locked program, the program
is staff secure and clients go into the community only for
medical appointments or required court appearances. Clients
are not able to work as the program day is structured and
intensive- usually from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. each day. Groups
include, but are not limited to addiction and recovery education,
wellness planning, vocational skills and support, trauma,
and gender-specific topics, such as establishing healthy relationships
and continuing care in recovery (post-discharge issues). In
addition, staff ensures that clients' medical and psychiatric
needs are met/coordinated for optimal care as needed. Referrals
may be made to medical and/or mental health services. Medication-assisted
therapy is also available.
. In the community-based case management component of CAP,
clients are supported in their ongoing work of recovery in
a community environment. Regardless of the client’s placement,
the case managers will assist in providing ongoing continued
recovery support services, which may include transportation
to medical care, counseling, attendance at self-help groups,
and communication with the court.
Transitional Support Services (TSS)
44 Kilburn Street | Phone: (508)
High Point's Community Transitional Support Services
(TSS) program is part of an extensive continuum of substance
use disorder services, including residential rehabilitation
services, ambulatory services, narcotic treatment, and other
transitional care. The purpose of the program is to bridge
the gap between detoxification and stepdown services to residential
aftercare. This goal is accomplished by creating a safe, supportive,
substance-free environment that enhances and promotes the
participant's recovery while awaiting placement in residential
or sober housing. Referrals are accepted from Department of
Public Health funded detoxification programs and shelters
located in Southeastern Massachusetts. Target populations
include the homeless, those new to treatment, as well as those
who have long-standing histories of substance use disorders
and criminal justice involvement.
While in TSS, residents engage in the development of an Individual
Service Plan that supports their overall health and well-being.
Case management services are provided and include service
planning, goal development and family unification.
Referrals will be facilitated for residents requiring physical
and mental health care, assistance with legal issues, sober
housing, residential treatment, and vocational and educational
needs. Residents attend psycho-educational groups and lectures
that focus on such topics like relapse prevention, relationships,
HIV awareness, domestic violence, nutrition, self-help, men's
and women's recovery issues, and other topics related to developing
a lifestyle that is conducive to continued recovery. Residents
also attend daily in-house commitment (AA/NA) groups.