Taking Care of Business, TCB, is a Transitional Sober Living Program.
The goal of the
program is to provide supportive case management for families in a
transitional sober living program and to assist families in their
recovery to achieve self-sufficiency and independent living.
Emergency Assistance Eligible
Need to have custody of child(ren)
Six months sobriety
Desire to be clean and sober
Ability to live in a semi-structured program
Ability to follow through on goals
A TRANSITIONAL SOBER LIVING PROGRAM?
living at the program, individuals and families will:
skills through programs, school classes, and other training
search for secure housing
12-Step program meetings, create a bond with a sponsor, and connect
with other people in recovery
with a Case Manager as often as necessary in order to attain goals
in one-to-one therapy at Health & Education Services: Gloucester
Clinic, located on the campus of Addison Gilbert Hospital.
encouraged to further education, participate in job training, and
learn to effectively access outside agencies
for your future by following Department of Transitional Assistance
guidelines and/or by paying past bills, thereby securing good credit
provides shelter and case management for eight families in recovery
family at TCB has its own
facilities, bathroom, and sleeping quarters.
program is located in Gloucester, just minutes from the beach.
HOW DOES SOMEONE MAKE
A REFERRAL TO TCB?
the Recovery Programs Access Coordinator at the Institute for Health
& Recovery in Cambridge, MA at 617-661-3991
Recovery Programs Coordinator will refer you to the local Department
of Transitional Assistance (DTA) Coordinator in your area.
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directions to this program, enter your location in the form below and