In its effort to support the needs of the homeless individual population in Massachusetts, CSR’s transition house provides guests with food, clothing and shelter in a manner consistent with the principles of dignity, respect and compassion for the person. Safe and secure, our transitional program enables guests to regain self-esteem, develop life skills and financial independence, while remaining sober, healthy and connected to their communities.
CSR’s case management team works seven days a week conducting assessments, developing service plans, providing support regarding substance abuse, mental health and HIV/AIDS, and assisting guests in obtaining employment and housing.
The initial goal of the program is to provide a friendly and supportive environment where guests’ basic needs are met. The longer-term goal is to transition guests into a more independent living situation, and to help them become contributing members in their communities and to society.
Second Home: This 24-hour transitional program located in Roxbury, offer a new beginning to 20 men and women in substance abuse recovery. Through structure and support, they are encouraged to maintain their sobriety, enhance life skills, maintain employment, save money and find permanent housing.