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Recovery/Support Groups

Self Help/Support Groups: Support groups have daily and weekly scheduled meetings that and/or your family can attend to get continued support during sobriety. 

(508) 366- 0556

Alcoholics Anonymous
(617) 426-9444

Cocaine Anonymous
(617) 539-6090
Meeting places vary

Families Anonymous
(800) 736-9805

Healing Abuse Working for Change
(800) 547-1649 (hotline)

Learning to Cope
(508) 738- 5148
Meeting places vary

Narcotics Anonymous
(866) 624-3578

Parents Helping Parents
(800) 632-8188

Smart Recovery
(866) 951-5357

The Family Restored
(207) 808 7480


Peer Recovery Support Centers 

Social support services designed to fulfill the needs of people in or seeking recovery. The services are designed and delivered by people who have experienced both substance use disorder and recovery.


Every Day Miracles

(508) 799-6221
25 Pleasant St.
Worcester, Ma

Gavin Foundation

Recovery Center

(617) 268- 5000
210 Old Colony Ave.
South Boston, MA

A New Way
(617) 302-3287
85 Quincy Avenue
Quincy, MA

The Recovery Connection
(508) 485-0298
31 Main Street, Malborough, MA

(413) 774-5489
68 Federal Street
Greenfield, MA

(617) 442-7837
9 Palmer Street
Roxbury, MA

P.E.O.P.L.E Recovery Center
(978) 688-5767
11 Union Street
Lawrence, MA 01840

Devine Recovery Center (DPH)
(617) 268 5000
South Boston, MA

PIER Recovery Support Center
209 Main St.
Hyannis, MA

Signature Healthcare—OBAT
360 Brockton Ave.
Arlington, MA

New Beginnings Recovery Support Center
487 Essex St.
Lawrence, MA

Hope for Holyoke Recovery Support Center
(413) 561 1020
98 Suffolk St.
Holyoke, MA

Stairway to Recovery (DPH)
142 Crescent St.
Brockton, MA 

Bay State Community Services
(617) 471-8400
32 Common St
Walpole, MA

New Centers Funded by DPH in 2019:

Lowell Recovery Support Center
St. Francis House Recovery Center (Boston) SpringfieldRecoverySupportCenter
Martha’s Vineyard Recovery Support Center
Family Continuity Recovery Support Center (Northridge) Recovery Support Center Walpole
The Berkshire County Living in Recovery Center (Pittsfield) Peer 2 Peer Recovery Project (Fall River)

Multi Service Recovery Centers are non-profits that provide services across multiple categories, such as substance abuse, education, and housing. These organizations take a holistic approach to helping individuals.


Addiction Referral Center
(508) 485-4357
33 Main St.
Marlborough, MA

(508) 997-9051
360 Coggeshall Street
New Bedford, MA

SPAN, Inc.
(617) 423 0750
105 Chauncy St.
Boston, MA

MA Alliance for Sober Housing (MASH) – Anyone looking for sober housing should consult the MASH website for a list of certified, independently inspected housing that is held to NARR standards.

Providing Access to Addictions Treatment, Hope and Support (PAATHS) – A one-stop shop for anyone (individuals, families, community partners, or other treatment providers) looking for information about, or access to, substance use treatment services. 

WALK IN: 774 Albany Street, Boston *Mon 7:30AM- 3:00PM, Tue 7:30AM- 3:00PM, Wed: 7:30AM- 1:00PM, Thur: 7:30AM- 3:00PM, Fri: 7:30AM- 3:00PM

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