MHSA’s Family Recovery program is our newest program providing recovery services to parents in early recovery while living with their children.
Brookford House is located in Dorchester and provides a safe supportive recovery environment for parents in early recovery who also need help to secure permanent affordable housing. This brings together all the expertise and services MHSA offers in both our recovery and shelter programs. Serving up to 18 families in two co-located buildings creates a strong supportive recovery environment for parents while keeping families together. Our team takes a holistic approach to helping families recover together and addresses the past traumas of addiction with the goal of helping break the intergenerational cycle of addiction so that all family members can pursue a happy and healthy lifestyle in secure permanent affordable housing.
22-24 Brookford St.
Dorchester, MA 02125
Up to 18 families
Kiana Edwards, Program Director
MHSA’s men's recovery programs provide intensive recovery services to adult men affected by substance use disorders.
With several sites in the Greater Boston area, our highly trained staff provide clinical oversight and specialized services to help our patients achieve and sustain their sobriety. Over the course of up to six months, patients are given the individualized clinical support needed to find employment, reestablish family and community connections, and pursue healthy and life-long recovery goals. Upon the successful completion of the program, patients transition into stable, sober living environments where they can continue to thrive as productive members in our communities.